Malaysia Summit on Growth, Innovation and Leadership, 15 April 2014
Frost & Sullivan will host the Malaysian Growth, Innovation and Leadership annual Global Congress on 15 April 2014. Registration details below.
Malaysia -- Impact of Degression Rate in Solar PV market
Frost & Sullivan has shared with us this intellitgence on the impact of degression rate in the Malaysia solar PV market.
How to keep the taps running
Although Singapore is in a better position than many other drought-hit countries, it is time to come up with a drought response plan, argue Cecilia Tortajada and Asit K. Biswas.
Frost & Sullivan 2014 Indonesia Congress, March 26
Frost & Sullivan will host the Growth, Innovation & Leadership Indonesia Congress on March 26, 2014 at the Hotel Mulia, Senayan - Jakarta.
Art Stage Singapore, "We are Asia"
The recent 4th annual edition of Art Stage, Singapore’s leading art fair, delivered on its theme of “We are Asia”, writes the East Gallery's Andrew FitzGerald.
Singapore, still growing strongly, resists social transformation
Throughout 2013, Singapore’s macroeconomic management revealed the economy’s strengths, argue Mukul Asher and Chang Yee Kwan from the National University of Singapore.
Merriest Christmas of all
As Westerners and other Christians sit down to their turkey on 25 December, they should know that the merriest Christmas of all is in Asia, in the Philippines!
Job vacancy: green accountant in Malaysia
Green jobs are not an option. They are a must to drive businesses that strive to go green, writes Frost & Sullivan's Melvin Leong.
Time to Invest in Vietnam’s Power Transmission & Distribution Network
It's time to invest in Vietnam’s power transmission & distribution network, according to Frost & Sullivan's Avanthika Satheesh and Harsh Thacker.
Kishore Mahbubani's warning to the West
It's high time for the West to get off its moral pedestal and talk with Asia and the rest of the world on the basis of equality, Singapore's Kishore Mahbubani told the recent Beijing Forum.
Has Myanmar ‘Switched On’ Power Yet?
Has Myanmar ‘Switched On’ Power Yet, asks Frost & Sullivan's Vishal Narain?
Impact of Disease on the Philippines’ Development
Poverty usually means increased exposure to infectious diseases and poor health, writes Sophia University's Ralph Catbagan, who explores the case of the Philippines.
Singapore and leadership
Singapore's economic miracle is the result of strong leadership, writes Sophia University's Julian Knoche. But will a new style of leadership be necessary to take the city state forward?
Southeast Asian Painting in Toronto
Toronto's East Gallery currently has a stunning exhibition of portraits, "Figuratively Speaking", featuring eleven leading artists from Vietnam, Cambodia and Burma.
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Tony Blair advises Thailand
Tony Blair recently delivered in Bangkok the first of the Special Lecture Series on "Uniting for the Future: Learning from each other's experiences".
Tackling Singapore's haze: Learn from the Swedes
Governments need to be savvier in getting evidence of how the haze harms their countries, and work with activist groups to press neighbours to act, write Asit Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Thai Deputy Prime Minister supports Asian trade union leaders
Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Phongthep Thepkanjana, offered warm words of support to trade union leaders at the 4th UNI Apro Conference today.
Indonesia’s Booming ICT Outlook
Indonesia’s ICT Outlook is booming, writes Frost & Sullivan's Nitin Bhat.
When you arrive in Manila's heat, pollution and traffic jams, it is difficult to believe that it was known as the "Pearl of the Orient". But when you enter the doors of Manila Hotel ...
Misery in Manila
The Philippines may not have a very large share of its population living below academically calculated poverty lines. But there is much misery in this country.
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