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          Updated: May 4, 2016

• Banking still on a growth path
Total deposits and loans in Cambodia’s banking sector increased last year, albeit at a slower pace than in 2014, as banks and

• Chinese investors to enjoy special service at BKPM
The Investment Coordinating Board ( BKPM ) has uplifted service to Chinese investors with the launch of the China Desk to grab

• Banks’ equity up, assets down
Vietnam:The combined equity of all lenders in the domestic banking system reached nearly VND580.3 trillion (US$25.8 billion)

Millions of SIM cards still missing ID
Nearly eight months since the National Police and the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications announced a crackdown on

Penang property developer seeks Brunei investors for luxury condos
A PENANG Property developer was recently in Brunei to showcase luxury condominiums to local investors.

   Updated  May 3,  2016
Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended lower on Tuesday with the Malaysian index leading the decline amid falls in banking shares.

The FBM KLCI index lost 21.28 points or 1.27% on Tuesday. The Finance Index fell 1.22% to 14409.32 points, the Properties Index dropped 0.44% to 1167.54 points and the Plantation Index down 1.16% to 7621.09 points. The market traded within a range of 26.24 points between an intra-day high of 1676.03 and a low of 1649.79 during the session. More

      Updated: April 29, 2016

The Overlooked Gap in the Southeast Asia Maritime Security Initiative
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter’s trip to the Philippines on April 13-15 was an affirmation of U.S. support for its treaty ally
amid the simmering South China Sea maritime disputes. The timing of his visit—at the end of the annual Balikatan
U.S.-Philippine joint exercises and just weeks before an expected decision by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in the
Philippines’ arbitration case against China’s nine-dash- line claim—was a clear message to Beijing and Manila that Philippine
maritime security is a priority for the United States.

To underscore this, Carter announced just before the trip that out of this year’s $50 million funding for the Southeast Asia 

    Updated April 29, 2016
Biweekly Update

U.S. begins stationing warplanes, troops in Philippine facilities. The United States has begun deploying warplanes and military personnel to Philippine bases as part of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement signed between the two countries in 2014. Five A-10 Thunderbolt ground-attack jets, three HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters, one MC-130H Combat Talon aircraft, and more than 200 U.S. Air Force personnel have been stationed at Clark Air Base, north of Manila, since the completion of the annual U.S.-Philippine military exercise Balikatan on April 15. More

PR Today                           update April 28, 2016
A Biography  
SCG announces Operating Results of Q1 of 2016 The Venerable Chao Khun Phra Mongkol-Thepmuni (Sodh Candasaro)  Thai bourse establishess learning center to strengthen SMEs, start-ups and SEs More
Hong Kong is the only country with majority ‘save now’ mindset
Gyproc debuts exclusive Climbing Wall product display and integrated design solutions at Architect ‘16
Kata Group celebrates 36 years of Thai beach paradise stays
Best Western unveils brand new hotel in Puerto Princesa, Philippines

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