Cambodia Morning News For February 20

Cambodia Morning News For February 20

Cambodian court on a ‘fishing expedition’ through emails, James Ricketson says Emails sent by filmmaker James Ricketson to Cambodia’s political opposition and members of the country’s media are being investigated by a judge who is looking for evidence of espionage, but the Australian says it’s a “fishing expedition”. — ABC Garment sector still plagued by […]

Malaysia Morning News For February 20

Malaysia Morning News For February 20

Malaysia to continue dominating global glove market, says Mah Given the strong export performance in 2017, Malaysia is expected to continue dominating the world market for rubber gloves, especially medical gloves, for use in the healthcare sector. — The Star Online Local newspaper companies likely to raise cover prices Local newspaper companies are likely to […]

Vietnam Morning News For February 20

Vietnam Morning News For February 20

New Vietnamese decree may halt RI auto exports The Trade Ministry’s director general for international trade has said that a new Vietnamese regulation on automotive imports could significantly affect Indonesia’s exports of fully assembled vehicles to the country. — The Jakarta Post Digital economy is the future for Vietnam Nhan Dan newspaper talked to some […]

Indonesia Morning News For February 20

Indonesia Morning News For February 20

Indonesia to woo oil and gas majors via Europe, US roadshows Indonesia will hold roadshows in the U.S. and Europe later this month to lure investments from the world’s top oil companies as the former OPEC member seeks to reverse a decline in oil and gas production. — DealStreetAsia Indonesia extends export recommendation for Freeport […]

Cambodia Morning News For February 19

Cambodia Morning News For February 19

Is Cambodia a ‘Japanese beef-laundering’ hub? Cambodia’s imports of beef from Japan, widely known as “wagyu,” have shot up, yet you will struggle to find it on a menu in even the most exclusive restaurants in Phnom Penh. — Nikkei Asian Review Germany puts pressure on Cambodia, ending preferential visa treatment for Hun family and […]

Malaysia Morning News For February 19

Malaysia Morning News For February 19

Minister says enhancing digital infrastructure important for growth of digital economy The government’s recent push to have more private sector investments in fiber deployment is meant to achieve the national objective of increasing broadband speeds and lowering prices, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak. — Malay Mail Online Malaysia wants to […]

Vietnam Morning News For February 19

Vietnam Morning News For February 19

VN aims to expand meat exports Viet Nam is trying to tackle the weakness of the pig industry, including the processing and distribution of pork, to promote the export of high-quality meat products to the world market. — Bizhub Vietnam gov’t to sell near-30% stake at local plastic giant The government of Vietnam will offer […]

Indonesia Morning News For February 19

Indonesia Morning News For February 19

Indonesia`s cellphone imports drop Indonesia`s cellphone imports have dropped drastically to 11.4 million with total domestic production reaching 60.5 million units for 34 brands in 2017 from 18.5 million units with domestic production at 68 million units. — Antara Agriculture Minister Claims Corn Export Reaches Four Million Tons Suppressing imports and strengthening exports in the […]

Cambodia Morning News For February 16

Cambodia Morning News For February 16

Activists risk their lives to protect Cambodia’s environment Political opponents have been jailed or driven into exile, the media is muzzled and the voices of civil society are barely heard these days. — Nikkei Asian Review Cambodia business costs under fire PRIVATE-sector representatives in Cambodia are deeply concerned by the government’s inability to reduce the […]

Malaysia Morning News For February 16

Malaysia Morning News For February 16

Gas Malaysia sees rising profits in FY18 Gas Malaysia Bhd said higher gas tariff and increased sales volume boosted net profit in the last quarter ended Dec 31, 2017 (FY17). — The Star Online Nestlé Malaysia defends Milo over viral video accusations about sugar content Nestlé Malaysia has responded to a viral online video, which […]

Vietnam Morning News For February 16

Vietnam Morning News For February 16

Vietnamese mobile carrier enters Myanmar in foreign drive Viettel Group, the largest mobile network operator in Vietnam, said it will launch its services in Myanmar next month. Myanmar will be Viettel’s 10th foreign market, following the launch of operations in countries including Cambodia, Laos and Mozambique. — Nikkei Asian Review VN enjoys bright prospects for […]

Indonesia Morning News For February 16

Indonesia Morning News For February 16

Indonesia cbank holds rates, sees economy improving but eyes volatile markets Indonesia’s central bank kept its policy rate unchanged on Thursday as expected, as it looks to maintain stability in the struggling rupiah currency following an unexpected spike in global volatility. — Reuters Imported rice starts arriving at various ports Imported rice has started arriving […]

Cambodia Morning News For February 15

Cambodia Morning News For February 15

Cambodia’s Investment Outlook for 2018 Cambodia is among the fastest economies in the world, registering a stable economic growth rate of 6.9 percent to 7.6 percent every year, over the last 10 years. — Asean Briefing GMAC asks for delay on truck ban The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) has appealed to Prime Minister […]

Malaysia Morning News For February 15

Malaysia Morning News For February 15

Malaysian palm oil price snaps winning streak to fall over 1% Malaysian palm oil futures on Tuesday snapped four days of gains, as the market corrected lower after a rally ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays, traders said. — The Star Online China and Malaysia joint shrimp venture to create 1,000 jobs An aquaculture […]

Vietnam Morning News For February 15

Vietnam Morning News For February 15

Plastics export turnover to increase by 15% Exports of plastics are expected to grow by 12–15 per cent this year, according to the Viet Nam Plastics Association (VPA). — Viet Nam news Vietnam: Minimum Wages on the Rise in 2018 In 2018, Vietnam along with several ASEAN countries will see a rise in their minimum […]

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