Asia’s competitiveness is slipping. The region is losing market share in global trade and the impact on trade flows and current accounts has significant implications.
The government unveiled a revised national automotive policy (NAP) on January 20th that aims to turn Malaysia into a regional hub for energy-efficient vehicle manufacturing.
One measure of economic output, the Industrial Production Index (IPI), pointed to healthy gains in January. According to the Department of Statistics, the IPI increased by 3.6% year on year in January, marking ten consecutive months of gains.
Excitement over the ASEAN free-trade zone is hotting up as Thailand's Central Pattana expands into Malaysia.
Asia’s great migration is changing the face of the continent’s cities on an unprecedented scale.