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  May - July 2008            
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COVER STORY
In Asean, the telecoms players are more or less confined to their exclusive territories, both state and private operators, who nevertheless are Asean’s Mr. Mobiles. Here is a sample of how the industry works, represented by dtac of Thailand, Telkom Indonesia and Philippines’ PLDT. Page 20-24
OVERDRIVE
Tata Motors most likely has a long-term
strategy in entering the world’s second
biggest and the region’s busiest pickup
market, Thailand. But in the short-term,
and the Xenon not apparently showing
much competitive edge, India’s
commercial vehicle giant may not be able
to make its presence felt. Page 35
BEYOND ASEAN
The ‘heart-to-heart’ ties between Japan and Asean, as envisioned in the Fukuda Doctrine, are now being revitalised as Japan has begun to reassert its role as a key player in Asean on the trade and investment front. Nobutoshi Akao, the secretary-general of Asean-Japan Centre, and Fukujiro Yamabe, President of Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok share with us their views on the latest developments. Page 28-31


TRAVEL & LEISURE
Asean, with its diverse cultures and wide variety of attractions, not only draws visitors from far and near. Aseaners themselves are being drawn by destinations beyond their region. For Japanese National Tourist Organisation, Asean is an important source of arrivals. Hiroshi Yamada, executive director of JNTO tells you why.
Page 26-27

INSIDE OUT
The military junta in Myanmar was preoccupied with the Charter referendum when Cyclone Nargis struck the southern ‘rice bowl’. The comedian trio moustache brothers’ convey their coded appeal to the voters, crossing hands to say no. The generals are not listening not even to the international donors knocking the door to deliver the aid to cyclone victims.
Page 9-18

 

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