Vietnam Morning News For January 17

Vietnam Morning News For January 17

Mining sector gains record VND2.5 trillion profit in 2017 Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) earned a record profit of more than VND2.5 trillion (US$110 million) in 2017, an increase of approximately VND1.5 trillion compared to 2016. — Nhan Dan Online Foreign-invested convenience stores seek to find firm niche in Vietnam With huge […]

Indonesia Morning News For January 16

Indonesia Morning News For January 16

Dramatic Security Video Captures Moment #Indonesia Stock Exchange Floor Collapses (HD video) At least 28 people are reported injured while others were reportedly trapped under debris following the collapse earlier today of a mezzanine floor at the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) building on Kebayoran Baru, in the heart of Jakarta’s financial district. — AEC News […]

Cambodia Morning News For January 16

Cambodia Morning News For January 16

Public Holidays: Cambodians Work The Least in Asean, Second Least Globally Every worker enjoys a public holiday. What’s not to like about getting paid to not go to work? While few employers begrudge their staff a day off every now and then, in a global market the pressure on employers to maintain a professional level […]

Vietnam Morning News For January 16

Vietnam Morning News For January 16

PV Oil stakes entice eight foreign investors Eight investors have registered to become strategic shareholders of the Vietnam Oil Corporation (PV Oil) as of January 10, PV Oil CEO Cao Hoai Duong confirmed on the sidelines of the corporation’s roadshow. — Bizhub Vietnam’s logistics sector too expensive to compete with foreign rivals: experts Vietnamese logistics […]

Malaysia Morning News For January 16

Malaysia Morning News For January 16

Mahathir struggles to unite Malaysia’s opposition He remains Malaysia’s longest-ruling prime minister and was one of 20th Century Asia’s most outspoken political leaders. Now Mahathir Mohamad cannot even meet opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, a former colleague-turned-rival. — Nikkei Asian Review Malaysian palm oil price rebounds on lower production outlook Malaysian palm oil futures ended higher […]

Indonesia Morning News For January 15

Indonesia Morning News For January 15

Indonesia’s central bank issues fresh warning over cryptocurrencies Indonesia’s central bank has issued a fresh warning about trading in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin because of the risk of losses to the public and even a potential threat to the stability of the financial system. — DealStreetAsia 2018, Investment in Manufacturing Sector Expected to Reach IDR352 Tln […]

Cambodia Morning News For January 15

Cambodia Morning News For January 15

Cambodia’s opposition sets up new movement Foreign-based members of Cambodia’s dissolved opposition party have launched a movement to demand the release of its detained leader and to call for free and fair elections and possibly protests. — The Star Online Business Insider: How Codingate is helping Cambodian businesses with their technological needs As technology use […]

Vietnam Morning News For January 15

Vietnam Morning News For January 15

Deputy PM urges PetroVietnam to up efficiency Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung urged the Viet Nam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) to focus on restructuring and improving business efficiency in 2018. — Bizhub Indonesia to import Vietnamese rice to curb price hikes Indonesia will import 500,000 tonnes of rice from Vietnam and Thailand to […]

Malaysia Morning News For January 15

Malaysia Morning News For January 15

Ringgit strengthens further against US dollar The ringgit continued its strong upward momentum to end higher against the US dollar, supported by better-than-expected manufacturing data and strong crude oil prices amid a softer US dollar. — The Star Online Top Glove to invest in Vietnam following Aspion acquisition Top Glove, the world’s largest maker of […]

Thailand English-language News for January 12 (HD video)

In Thailand English-language News for January 12, 2018, Newsline presenter Surapan Laotharanarit tells us about: 00:42 | A ceremony was held yesterday at Sanam Luang to lower the nine-tiered Great Umbrella of State from the top of the royal crematorium of Bhumibol Adulyadej. The ceremony signals the commencement of disassembling the structure, which is expected to take 90 […]

Cambodia Morning News For January 12

Cambodia Morning News For January 12

Four Parties Register to Contest Senate Election Next Month Cambodia’s national election body has announced that four parties have put forward candidates for the Senate elections in February. — VOA China signs 19 new deals with Cambodia China has signed 19 fresh memorandums of understanding and other agreements with Cambodia, appearing to further cement the […]

Indonesia Morning News For January 12

Indonesia Morning News For January 12

Indonesia open for rice imports to contain prices The Trade Ministry says it is open to rice imports to bolster stocks, as prices have increased in recent weeks. — The Jakarta Post Unrealized Investment Projects in Indonesia Reaches IDR1,000 Trillion Throughout 2010 to 2017, there were 190 investment projects that have not been realized. — […]