Indonesian Haze: A Way Ahead
Indonesia’s neighbors need to rethink their approach write Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Why ASEAN matters
ASEAN matters, for both its ten member countries and the global system. But today this important group stands at a crossroads, writes John West.
Portfolio Investment in Asia
Glen Robinson explores the relative performance of 5 exchanges in the region and as a benchmark, also explores 5 “western” exchanges, including Australia, over a 10-year period.
Emerging markets as investment targets
Glen Robinson has shared with us an overview of the Australia performance and attitude to the investment in developing markets in South East Asia.
Myanmar, the country of incredible change and opportunity
After 50 years under repressive authoritarian rule, Myanmar is now attempting to take its rightful place in the global economy. What are the opportunities for investors asks Glen Robinson?
Thailand’s military madness
Thailand’s 2014 military coup may have been the 20th since 1932. But this one was also fundamentally different, writes John West.
Philippines’ authoritarian nostalgia
The Philippines’ fiesta politics has drawn another wild card, in the form of its new President, Rodrigo Duterte, writes John West.
Myanmar -- from dictatorship to democracy?
Myanmar's transition from a corrupt military dictatorship to a full-fledged democracy and open market economy has only just begun, writes John West.
Inclusive trade and regional integration in Asia-Pacific
Trade and regional integration must become more inclusive in the Asia-Pacific in order to win the support of public opinion, writes John West.
Regional Solutions Needed for Global Challenges
The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council argues that regional solutions are needed for global challenges.
Indonesia’s infrastructure crisis
Indonesia’s infrastructure crisis is inhibiting poverty reduction and economic growth, and is breeding dangerous slums in its major cities, writes John West.
Indonesia is in the midst of a wave of homophobia which is undermining its economic and social progress argues John West.
Frost & Sullivan’s GIL 2016 -- Thailand 23 March
Frost & Sullivan’s GIL 2016: Thailand, 23rd March 2016 will identify opportunities and strategies for growth in a competitive environment.
Singapore versus Hong Kong
Singapore and Hong Kong have long been rivals for the crown of Asia's best city. But Singapore has now crept well ahead of Hong Kong, a trend that is bound to continue, writes John West.
Investing in Cambodia
Will Cambodia's skills shortfall derail its stellar economic growth, asks John West.
Analyzing Singapore's budgeting
Mukul G. Asher and Chang Yee Kwan have shared their article on Budgeting data gaps and fiscal policy debate in Singapore.
Cambodia’s sweet-and-sour development
Cambodia has been called an "Olympian of Growth" by the World Bank. But there are deep problems in the Cambodian model of development, writes John West.
Singapore's water challenges
Singapore needs to manage water demand, writes Cecilia Tortajada.
FROST & SULLIVAN'S GIL 2016 IN MALAYSIA, 14 APRIL
Frost & Sullivan's Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) will travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 14 April, 2016. Register now!
FROST & SULLIVAN'S GIL 2016 IN THAILAND, 23 MARCH
Book Your Calendar for Frost & Sullivan's GIL 2016 Thailand - March 23, 2016, Dusit Thani, Bangkok.
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