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AseanAffairs Magazine September - October 2011
CONTENT • ASEAN TRAVELLER
• ASEAN MONEY • FEATURED COMPANIES
• ASEAN SECURITY

INSIDE OUT

• ASEAN TECH P

 

 

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This year has seen increasing climate change disasters throughout the world.

In the cover story of this edition, Asean Affairs takes a look at the issues and possible solutions to reduce the costly

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INSIDE OUT  

ASEAN HOPES TO SIMPLIFY TRADE DEALS
12 Asean reviews trade agreements, Indonesia moves on safety net , Thailand’s new PM kicks off debate, Singapore flooded by dollars, Philippines obtains a warship, Vietnam also beefs up its navy, Myanmar government talks with Suu Kyi, Brunei becomes globalized, Cambodia settles with lakeside residents, Laos tackles inflation.View Sample
Indonesia
14 Indonesia moves on safety net  View Sample


Thailand
14 Thailand’s new PM kicks off debate  View Sample


Singapore
15 Singapore flooded by dollars  View Sample 

Philippines
15 Philippines obtains a warship  View Sample


Vietnam
16 Vietnam also beefs up its navy   View Sample

Myanmar
16 Myanmar government talks with Suu Kyi  View Sample


Brunei
 18 Brunei becomes globalized   View Sample

Laos
18 Laos tackles inflation  View Sample


 Cambodia
20 Cambodia settles with lakeside residents  View Sample
  
6 YOUR VIEWS / NEXT ISSUE
Editorial
8 CLIMATE CHANGE PUSHES GREEN MOVEMENT IN ASIA
10 SUBSCRIPTION FORM / INDEX OF ADVERTISERS
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Asean Security
WHO OWNS THE SOUTH CHINA SEA?
21 Four Asean countries, Brunei, Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam all claim territorial rights in the South China Sea, so does China.  View Sample
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Asean Money
ASIAN BANKS RESHAPE GLOBAL FINANCE
24 With the shift of investment to Asia continuing, economist Rajiv Biswas expects that Asian banks will play a greater role in the global finance, currently dominated by western financial giants.  View Sample
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Featured Companies
70 Farlim, Malaysian property developer; Air Aroma, BNI-National Thailand Conference, Mint Innovation, Quintessentially are companies featured in this section.  View Sample
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Asean Tech
ASEAN ICT MASTER PLAN
80 Ralf Hundertmark critiques the ICT plan adopted by the Asean community and suggests a number of changes.View Sample
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Asean Traveller
82 PAKSE SHINES AS A NEW STAR
Travel writer Reinhard Hohler spotlights the sleepy town of Pakse as a possible new hub for exploring the Mekong region.
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84 Asean in Figures

85 Asean in Figures

86 Asean Bazaar


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