The economic bloc of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is often cited as an economic success storyRead More...
The World Economic Forum
The narrative of regional cooperation and cross-border connectivity needs to be stressed, and the economic opportunities should be clear and fair for all involved.
ASEAN is a microcosm of the world today – highly developed nations, middle income countries and those just emerging
But the disappearance of the Iron Curtain also meant that Europe struggled to differentiate itself from the lands to the east
Around three billion trips are expected to be made throughout China by around 390 million people - an 8.8% increase compared to last year.
Proptech 3.0 – the convergence of property and technology – where autonomous drones, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) come together to transform the property sector
Online marketplace Alibaba saw sales growth of 39% in comparison with the event in 2016, suggesting that Chinese consumers are confident in their spending
As automation gathers pace and its costs plummet, cheap labour will no longer remain a sustainable and effective strategy for attracting investment in manufacturing
ASEAN’s ability to participate and thrive in the new era of digital economy and trade doesn’t just depend upon building future skills, but on developing the right skills right now
While Singapore and Brunei have high GDP per capita, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar lag far behind in terms of economic growth and modernization. The region needs to have an authentic discourse on inequality amongst itself.