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FEATURES       December 2, 2016

• FMI’s net profit increases more than 50% in the first half of the fiscal year

• Credit expected to grow at healthy level amid low global exposure

• Industrial production maintains steady growth

• Government to propose tax cut for renewable energy

• National reconciliation, peace a must in Myanmar, says Suu Kyi

December 1, 2016
• World trade pact to benefit VN

• Indonesia needs 3.8 million new skilled workers per year: Govt

• Jokowi calls on global CEOs to invest in Indonesia

• Jokowi tells developers to build more cheap housing for low-income people

• E5 bio-fuel to replace A92 petrol

November 30  2016
• Border trade activities start to resume in Myanmar northern state

• Indonesia invites Iran to invest in refinery business

• ASEAN, Switzerland launch sectoral dialogue partnership for stronger cooperation

• Nov CPI up 0.48 per cent

• City invests $119m to build road section

November 29  2016
•Japanese small enterprises eye Viet Nam investment

• Banks set moderate targets for 2017 as loan growth falls

• Cambodia Supports Lao Dam

• Logistics service providers gear up for e-commerce boom

• Better internet for Cambodia

November 28  2016
• Myanmar media execs in court on defamation charges

• City’s trade pacts with provinces a success

• Myanmar to upgrade livestock and fisheries sector for more export to EU market

• Viet Nam- Lao ties more important than ever: Party leader

• Businesses ‘remain optimistic’ in Q4 2016

November 252016
• Mobility of skilled labor needed for successful AEC

• Central VN woos Euro investors

• Suu Kyi urges all groups to sign NCA amid heightened conflict in Shan State

• Gov’t rice loans find few takers

• Ha Noi to host January online financial fair

November 242016
• PTT fuel to power up PAPA’s new business

• Cambodia, Laos, Viet Nam pledge to expand economic connectivity

• Chinese to join in $1.5B satellite city project

• Gov’t aims for stable power tariff

• Cambodia’s prized rice falls short at awards

November 222016
• Airline industry set to soar higher

• Private sector to electrify remote villages

• Protests as Philippine dictator Marcos given hero’s burial

• World Bank reaffirms commitment to support economic development in Indonesia

• New pact to boost timber exports to EU

November 212016
• US State of Oregon promotes trade with HCM City

• Government considers a tax on carbon aviation

• Bad loan ratio to stay at tolerable levels: Central bank

• PPAP sees slight profit growth in first 9 months

• Indonesia promotes financial inclusion with new strategy

November 182016
• ASEAN finance ministers work to promote regional investment

• Indonesia braces for defeat in 35 GW program

• HN businesses prep for hectic Tet demand

• Experts question praise of China’s ‘drought relief’

• Ten companies to invest in KEK Palu

November 172016
• German, VN officials discuss small businesses

• Regional issues may thwart infrastructure spending

• Travel goods makers to scout market

• Natural disasters could cost Vietnam $6.7 billion

• SVI to lay groundwork on electronics plant

November 162016
• Kalla Group to build Rp 10t LNG terminal in Banten

• NEDA Board approves 10 more infrastructure projects

• Oita firms seek opportunities in City

• BI’s new ‘fintech office’ to ensure both innovation, security

• Proposed 2017 budget sponsored before Senate plenary

November 152016
• Myanmar to upgrade cross-border trade facilities

• Indonesia can weather financial market volatility

• Monetary policy supports economic growth

• Indonesia, Singapore agree to boost economic cooperation

• Banks cut back lending for property sector

November 142016
• Indonesia wants to lead the region in e-commerce

• Gov’t plans investments of $89 b

• Factory openings provide 50,000 new jobs

• Risks persist in Indonesia economy

• New airline readies for take off in early 2017

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