ASEAN governments are set to speed up implementation of large infrastructure projects by taking advantage of the fast growth and the ample liquidity in the global financial market.
Southeast Asians eat twice the global average of fish and seafood, but falling catches, unsustainable aquaculture and poor governance have imperiled the crucial industry
ASEAN’s pathway to an efficient and sustainable energy landscape is paved with with diverse sources.
Asia Pacific is the most vulnerable region to climate change, and poor people are to be hit the hardest, prompting migration on a massive scale: ADB report
What foreign policy risk may lie ahead for Cambodia should it further harden its relationship with China as opposed to hedging some bets with the “other” superpower?
Resident Trump’s decision to withdraw the USA from the landmark Paris climate accord must not become a distraction from urgent global efforts to combat climate change.
Southeast Asia wants to shift to a clean energy system, but high energy demand and cost pressures could slow progress. The upcoming Asia Power Week brings together industry and policy leaders to discuss solutions to these issues.
LAOS’ ECONOMY is set to remain one of the fastest growing in the region in coming years as long as the global economic recovery remains on track, according to international financial institutions.
Moody’s Investors Service gave the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank its highest possible rating of Aaa, with a stable outlook, on June 29, because of “the strength of AIIB’s governance frameworks, including its policies on risk management, capital adequacy and liquidity”.
The success of China’s Belt and Road scheme hinges on whether Beijing can learn from the mistakes of Myitsone Dam and engage with Myanmar on an equal basis, the chair of a Singapore-based think tank says.