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FEATURES             November  28, 2014   

• Viet Nam, Russia agree to enhance strategic partnership

• SGX announces launch of bond trading platform

• BI to help curb 2014 inflation at 7.7 percent

• Food producers urged to add value

• Low oil prices put pressure to diversify economy



November  27, 2014   
• Thai PM visits Laos, Vietnam today through Friday


• Singapore's total trade contracts 3.5% on-year in Q3

• VN trade surplus for 2014 hits $2b

• Philips’ health division sees strong growth in RI

• Health insurance in Myanmar: premium versus benefits debate continues



November  26, 2014   
• Singapore’s economy grew 2.8 per cent in Q3


• Auto sales on slower path on fuel price

• NESDB: Thailand facing unemployment problem

• Vietnam needs technology, innovation to drive growth

• CPI falls on lower transport costs



November  25, 2014   
• Malaysia to draw RM200 billion investment with AEC: Hamim


• PM Lee outlines the Smart Nation vision: Meaningful lives, enabled by technology

• City targets high growth in 2015

• Pertamina commits to securing LPG supply in border areas

• Palace expects Congress to expedite approval of emergency powers resolution



November  24, 2014   
• New Constitution draft to be ready next April


• One public entity to control urban transportation services: Govt

• Bumi sells 50 percent stake in its subsidiary

• MAS wins Airline of the Year Award at KLIA Awards 2013

• Homebuyers given assistance



November  21, 2014   
• Brunei needs more attractions, better pricing to attract Indonesian visitors


• M‘sian small business confidence lifts again in 2014

• WOM Finance seeks Rp 800 billion from bonds

• Hitachi set to conduct feasibility study for new SEZ

• EU pours $19b into Viet Nam



November  20, 2014   
• Thai bourse selects 45 listed companies for CSR Recognition 2014 awards


• Pertamina may double output by end of 2014

• New markets on agenda of World Rice Conference

• Red tape thwarts energy investors

• Securities rules ready for Yangon Stock Exchange



November  19, 2014   
• AirAsia: US$500m expansion in Philippines


• Wage increases threaten US garment export future

• RI, Vietnam agree to increase bilateral trade to $10b by 2018

• RI needs $3.7 billion to develop bioenergy power plants

• Malaysia’s 1MDB files to list energy assets in US$3b IPO



November  18, 2014   
• NCPO inviting editors for second meeting


• New SGC cement plant to use waste-heat power technology

• Singapore, Japan reaffirm bilateral ties

• China to fund rice expansion

• SCG to invest US$ 1.4 billion in RI in 2015



  November  17, 2014   
• International agriculture trade fair opens in Ha Noi


• No ASEAN goods surge with tariff cuts

•Thailand to sell rice, rubber to China

• Everyone in Malaysia should support government in role as Asean chairman - Najib

• Indonesia to show export potential at Brunei fair



November  14, 2014   
• Thai PM calls for ASEAN-UN post-2015 action plan


• Bakries say ‘no easy fixes’ to Bumi default

• Tokopedia to initiate ‘Silicon Valley’ in RI

• Banks offer credit priority in Mekong agriculture sector

• Thai bourse market report for October 2014



November  13, 2014   
• ASEAN Leaders Gather in Myanmar for a ‘Historic’ Summit


• Trade deficit with China poised to hit record high

• Rice federation seeking loan

• Cambodia, Japan trade up

• Finland promising market for VN fish



November  12, 2014  
• SMEs urged to get ready for ASEAN EC

• Aquino praised for good handling of PH economy

• Jokowi sets out infrastructure stall to court investors

• As economic growth slows, BI’s monetary stance in spotlight

• Thaicom Q3 net profit down 12%, below forecast



November  11, 2014   
• Oil producers in the Gulf to resume operations


• Indonesia ‘cannot afford to have a nationalistic policy’, says official

• Myanmar will not submit a human rights report to ASEAN Summit

• Maybank considers Islamic banking operations in Brunei

• VN, Laos urged to strengthen trade ties



November  10, 2014   
• Oil producers in the Gulf to resume operations


• Tower Bersama said to be seeking $1b loans

• Economic growth to moderate to 5.7 per cent in Q3: Alliance Research

• Singapore, Australia reaffirm warm relations

• Starting up Cambodia’s ICT sector



November  7, 2014   
• 2,000 police deployed in Bangkok during Loy Krathong festival


• Danish firm OW Bunker alleges S$162m fraud at Singapore subsidiary

• Vietnam likely to face trade deficit in 2015

• Hotel stays low over festival


• Slovakia ready to help VN with energy development


November  6, 2014   
• U.S. Companies Engage Thai Government, Encourage Pro-Business Policies

• Vietnam may post trade deficit in next year

• Kadin seeks incentives to boost industry in eastern Indonesia

• Oil and gas chief replaced amid plunging production

• Singapore REITs plan industry body to engage regulators, educate investors



November  5, 2014   
• Germany to Further Deepen Cooperation with ASEAN

Brunei entrepreneurs eye tie-up with Malaysia agency

• S$807 million chemical production complex opens on Jurong Island

• MoAFF budget disappointsion

• Australian firm eyeing up Cambodian casino



November 4, 2014   
• Central Bank: Thai economy slowly recovering

• Campu Bank sees gains in first 9 months

• Privatisation critical for MAS' survival, says analyst

• Singapore maps out plans to become first smart nation

• Foreign firms using illegal software



November 3, 2014   
• Tourists flock to Thailand's chilly North

• Car makers brace for bumpy ride next year

• Pelindo II plans $1-billion bond offering to build three new ports

• Malaysia-HK tie-up offers Islamic funds to Chinese investors

• VN overseas investments total $1b in nine months



October 31, 2014   
• Thai PM on official Cambodian visit

• Survey shows strong support for nuclear energy

• Cambodia rice yields lowest

• Bangkok, Chiang Mai prepare for Loy Krathong festival

• VN economy improving: CBRE



October 30, 2014   
• PM assures transparency in 29-block petroleum concessions

• No more 2nd term for Philippine president

• Intra-Asean trade grew faster than extra-Asean trade in 1993-2013

• Trade surplus hits $1.87b as high-value exports rise

• ICT White Book details export growth



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