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RHB economists expect growth in Asean economies to rebound in 2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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RHB economists expect growth in Asean economies to rebound in 2021

On their stock picks for the region, the team has given Singapore's CapitaLand, DBS and ST Engineering "buy" calls.
Has Covid-19 killed Asia's growth miracle? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Has Covid-19 killed Asia's growth miracle?

To counter supply-chain disruptions, Asean must enhance economic integration, diversify sources and beef up multinational forums.

SE Asian economies

A global recovery is underway but how much will it benefit Asia?

A global recovery looks underway but Asia won't benefit much from the rebound in coal, iron ore and copper prices.

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Unlocking the diversity dividend in South-east Asia

South-east Asia is a unique melting pot of people and cultures, so it comes as some surprise to discover that the region is failing to leverage the value of that diversity.

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PE investments in Asia-Pacific fall in 2019, says Bain & Co

(Apr 3): Private-equity (PE) investments in AsiaPacific declined last year after record highs in 2017 and 2018. 

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Virus fears push Southeast Asia markets closer to bear levels

Governments have tightened international travel and border crossings with China in their efforts to stop the spread of the pneumonia-like illness.

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Is the Asean conglomerate model losing its shine?

Nirgunan Tiruchelvam is head of consumer sector equity at Tellimer (Exotix Capital).  

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Asia-Pacific growth sours on US-China trade war, rising protectionism: report

SINGAPORE (Dec 16): The ongoing US-China trade war and rising protectionism has resulted in slower economic growth for the Asia-Pacific region, according to a report released by the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC). 

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Cruise giant hunts for Asia ports as Chinese take to the seas

(Dec 9): The world’s biggest cruise-ports operator is looking to expand in Southeast Asia, a budding hotspot for Chinese voyagers that could eventually rival the Caribbean and Mediterranean.

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Myanmar tycoon open to foreign investment in wake of Ayala deal

(Nov 29): Myanmar tycoon Win Aung is open to foreign investment in the listed industrial-estate provider he oversees, following Ayala Corp’s tie-up with a firm traded on the nation’s fledgling stock exchange.
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