Many Korean investors leave China for Vietnam and Myanmar

Many Korean investors leave China for Vietnam and Myanmar

VietNamNet Bridge – “Companies specialising in textile, garment, leather and gems have left China since the financial crisis in 2008 to move to Vietnam and Myanmar,” said a represe ...

Advertising is an investment

Advertising is an investment

Tourism Secretary Mon Jimenez has a very intriguing and eminently doable idea: Make Changi Airport in Singapore a gateway to the Philippines. It’s a fascinating concept of two gove ...

Vietnam no longer least developed Southeast Asian country

Vietnam no longer least developed Southeast Asian country

Economic indices from 2014 report that Vietnam is no longer one of the four least developed Southeast Asian countries, according to announcements at the 11th Asean Business and Inv ...

ASEAN-China relations go beyond disputes

ASEAN-China relations go beyond disputes

To the surprise of many in the media, the Chairman's Statement of the 25th ASEAN Summit used a moderate tone on the South China Sea disputes between China and some of ASEAN member ...

The slow struggle to economic integration

The slow struggle to economic integration

The 10-member ASEAN bloc is still in its early stages, and bears some resemblance to the United States – in 1776 – according to David Carden, partner in charge of Asia at legal fir ...

Private sector needs new visions to succeed in AEC, forum hears

Private sector needs new visions to succeed in AEC, forum hears

The Thailand Management Association believes the private sector needs to adopt new visions, strategies, corporate cultures and core values while business leaders need to review the ...

Asean Economic Community implementation heavily dependent on Indonesia

Asean Economic Community implementation heavily dependent on Indonesia

PETALING JAYA: The success for capital markets under the Asean Economic Community (AEC) will be heavily dependent on populous Indonesia being ready to participate in an ambitious i ...

Many Korean investors leave China for Vietnam and Myanmar

VietNamNet Bridge – “Companies specialising in textile, garment, leather and gems have left China since the financial crisis in 2008 to move to Vietnam and Myanmar,” said a representative of the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA). Currently, there are only 4,800 Korean companies doing business in more ...

November 21, 2014 (0) comments

Power up on Electricity Generating Public Company Ltd.(EGCO:TH; EYGPF:OTC US)

By Marc Djandji, CFA The Electricity Generating Public Company Ltd.(EGCO:TH; EYGPF:OTC US) is the first independent power producer in Thailand registered on May 12, 1992 by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (“EGAT”). The incorporation was part of the Thai government’s privatisation initiatives more ...

November 01, 2013 (5) comments

How is Malaysia confronting its present economic challenges given the recent global turmoil?

By Marc Djandji, CFA In this article, we are examining some of the economic issues facing Malaysia. The country seeks to embark on its various economic development growth strategies, while trying to come up with solutions to resolve its debt woes. This has been quite a challenging task for Malaysian Prime Min more ...

October 18, 2013 (3) comments

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