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April 24,2009

• State of emergency in Thai capital ends today
• Indonesian vice president to contend for top job
• Indonesia recovery hinges on US, EU reforms
• Malaysia orders arrest of anti-govt blogger
• Singapore saw 13.2 % decline in arrivals in March

April 23,2009

• Indonesia: Golkar to break off coalition talks
• Malaysia to partially open services sector
• Japan's FamilyMart to enter Vietnam
• Political crisis likely to delay Thai 3G licence auction
• Taiwan’s Acer expands into Asia’s mobile handset market

April 22, 2009

• New Indonesian decree to allow underground mining in forests
• PSA warns of overcapacity after shipping slump
• Malaysia's ex-PM accuses foreign press of demonising new leader
• Thai export decline seen continuing in Q2
• Vietnam state refiner, Canadian firm in offshore venture

April 21, 2009

• ADB warns Philippines of ‘debt stress’
• Asean+3 in Bali to discuss credit enhancement
• Thai PM rules out talks with fugitive Thaksin
• Vietnam’s state refiner signs Peru oil deal
• Indonesia lender Muamalat to raise capital

April 20, 2009

• Fears of strife keep Bangkok under emergency rule
• Three candidate seen running for Indonesia’s presidential race
• Korean bank to finance Philippines airport project
• Vietnam top official in Japan to beef up ties
• Malaysia's state refiner inks Oman gas deal

April 19, 2009

• By-elections irk Malaysian PM
• Indonesia to soon negotiate prices with Newmont
• Philippine foreign portfolio investments at $32.2m in March
• Weak demand hits Vietnamese agriculture sector
• Asean chief says region's leaders ready to meet again
• China sets up $10b fund for Asean

April 18, 2009

• Murder attempt rocks Thai capital
• Thailand plans $2.6bn in domestic loan to boost economy
• Foreign ownership cap to rise to 49% in Vietnam
• Pipeline problems cause oil production stoppage at Indonesia’s Cepu
• Brunei, Oman set up $100m fund

April 17, 2009

• Thai Houses to meet to find way out of political turmoil
• Thailand mulls new dates for regional summit
• Malaysia PM wants national car maker to find a suitor
• Singapore picks Korean firm to build oil cavern
• Vietnam Airlines plans to expand fleet
• Indonesia court drops decade-old libel suit against Time 

April 16, 2009

• Thai govt revokes ex-PM’s passport
• Malaysia economy seen shrinking 2.2% in 2009
• Vietnam Airlines plans to join SkyTeam next year
• Philippines’ Ayala secures $21m loan for capex
• Singapore bourse posts 46% decline in Q3 profit

April 15, 2009

• Arrest warrant out for former Thai PM over protests
• Carrefour Indonesia shrugs off monopoly allegations
• Philippines expects 0.8% growth in 2009
• Brunei, Kuwait sign open skies agreement
• Singapore, Malaysia expands air services

April 14, 2009

• Violent protests left two dead, 120 injured in Bangkok
Singapore tightens public assembly law ahead of Apec summit
Failed summits in Thailand worry Malaysia’s PM
Indonesian market buoyed by increasing votes for ruling party
Survey warns of hotel room oversupply in 5 SE Asian cities


April 13, 2009

• Chaos in Thailand:
Crackdown quells coup rumours

• Warnings issued against travel to Thailand
• Asean seen replacing Japan as China's 3rd largest trade partner
• Vietnam eyes $6.4bn in overseas loans
• Singapore economy to decline 7-10% in Q1

April 12, 2009


• Thailand in quandary after failed summit
• Malaysia's new cabinet sworn in
• Irregularities mar Indonesian vote
• Residential repossessions up 18% in Singapore
• Malaysia, Singapore discuss joint projects
• India chamber asks Asean to open up services sector

April 11, 2009

• Thai protesters force Asean+3 meet to call off
• Asean explores mega free-trade zone
• Thai, Cambodian PMs talk border dispute
• Stage set for presidential jockeying in Indonesia
• Half a million to lose jobs in Vietnam

April 10, 2009

• Thai protesters resort to blocking Bangkok traffic
• Asean agrees on swap fund contributions
• Indonesia: Yudhoyono's party seen leading the election race
• Malaysia’s new cabinet unveiled
• Singapore to revise growth outlook down

April 9, 2009

• Singapore’s Temasek turns to resource assetss
• Vietnam car sales down 36% in Q1
• Indonesian polls to indicate chances for the incumbent
• China expected to sign investment pact with Asean 
• Australia, NZ to cut tariff for most Vietnamese exports

April 8, 2009 

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April 2, 2009 


• G-20 Summit: Thai PM warns of over-ambitious goals
• Web giants urged to confront Vietnam’s online restrictions
• Thailand, Indonesia to cut rates as inflation eases
• Singapore home prices decline the steepest since 1975
• Indonesia posts trade surplus as imports slide

April 1, 2009 

• Japan aid to Vietnam resumes after kickback scandal
• Global crisis to hit Indonesia's tourism jobs
• Singapore SMEs urged to grab opportunities in downturn
• Performances of most Thai businesses slip in 2008
• Thai PM to convey Asean's concerns at G-20
• Cambodian PM warns of reprisals if Thai troops cross the border





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