Trends in Australia-ASEAN Trade and Investment

Trends in Australia-ASEAN Trade and Investment

In 2014, Australia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) celebrated forty years of diplomatic relations. In that time, bilateral trade between Australia and severa ...

Keeping the momentum of Asean’s community-building

Keeping the momentum of Asean’s community-building

The Asean Foreign Ministers Retreat in Kota Kinabalu, which concluded yesterday, kicked off Asean's official calendar for 2015. Having led the organisation in 1977 and 1997, Malays ...

AEC Securities expects revenue surge from investment banking business

AEC Securities expects revenue surge from investment banking business

AEC Securities (AECS) plans to increase its revenue this year by concentrating more on investment banking businesses and business matching of firms, both domestically and regionall ...

Burma ‘Not Ready’ for Asean Single Market by End of 2015

Burma ‘Not Ready’ for Asean Single Market by End of 2015

The Asean goal of creating a single business market among the regional grouping’s 10 member countries is unlikely to happen for some years and certainly not by the target start dat ...

Mutual Fund Managers in Indonesia to Include Foreign Assets Soon

Mutual Fund Managers in Indonesia to Include Foreign Assets Soon

Indonesian investment fund managers may be allowed to include foreign assets in their mutual funds (conventional and Islamic-based mutual funds), offered to investors, soon. Indone ...

FOREIGN INVESTORS STILL ATTRACTED TO MYANMAR

FOREIGN INVESTORS STILL ATTRACTED TO MYANMAR

Foreign companies are showing unwavering interest in Myanmar, despite concerns about the reform process. In the first two weeks of January, the representatives of four companies sh ...

Mandiri Investment Forum 2015 to push economic growth

Mandiri Investment Forum 2015 to push economic growth

Investors and businesspeople will gather next week in Jakarta to discuss the prospects of investment in Indonesia as part of the efforts to bolster economic growth, according to a ...

Trends in Australia-ASEAN Trade and Investment

In 2014, Australia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) celebrated forty years of diplomatic relations. In that time, bilateral trade between Australia and several ASEAN member-states have seen enormous progress, but relations with others remain surprisingly slow. Australia is a signatory to more ...

January 30, 2015 (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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