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FEATURES        October 242016

• PM Najib Razak announces Malaysia's 2017 Budget

• Bond issuances rise as banks fail to pass on rate cuts:

• Brexit lures property investors from Brunei

• China: Philippine bilateral talks over sea dispute to resume

• Tourism gears for China rising

October 212016
• 4th Myanmar Oil Gas Power (MOGP) Summit to be held in Yangon

• UOB Indonesia offers Rp 1.1 trillion in bonds to strengthen lending

• Asia-Pacific to dominate aviation market by 2035

• Singapore top destination for expansion among Asian companies

• Indonesia's logistic sector lags behind other ASEAN countries

October 202016
• Robust Q4 needed to meet 2016 GDP goal

• Thais buy commemorative currency note honoring late king

• Industry leaders to address challenges of broadcast and data services in Myanmar

• Regional event to encourage growth of Brunei startups

• Philippine president's China trip puts US ties to the test

October 192016
• Sarika, most dangerous storm in years

• Angkasa Pura I eyes US$2b in external financing to expand 5 airports

• Bulgarian minister sees great potential for trade with Viet Nam

• Pocket maps remain in demand among tourists and expats

• GE announces gas turbines for Thaton power plant

October 182016
• Healthy spread sought in tourism investment

• Brunei has highest social media penetration in ASEAN

• Conferences talks tech in insurance

• Domestic energy boost reduces reliance on imports

• Singapore firms cut staffing and expenses to stay afloat

October 142016
• Nation weeps over His Majesty's departure

• 2nd VN investor conference scheduled for Nov 4

• Indonesia joins global fight against tax dodgers ;

• Restaurant owners see further growth

• Govt to boost trade promotion to India, Africa, Latin America

• DARE launches microcredit financing scheme for SMEs

October 132016
• Thai social media turns pink, yellow as users show love for King Bhumibol

• Deeply rooted problems hinder private funding of infrastructure

• Tourism sector ‘needs 200K new workers’

• Govt wants to run two projects in Masela

• UK Government to strengthen gas sector in Myanmar

• Smart eyes 41.5% stake sale for expansion

October 122016
• Thai group promises to build new SEZ

• MAS orders Falcon Bank to shut operations in Singapore; imposes fines on DBS, UBS

• Banten industrial estate to lure Australian investors

• Mexico to boost trade with VN

• Life insurance income increases 42.8 percent in first half of 2016

October 112016
• Capital’s income levels set to soar

• Pertamina gears up for LNG stockpiling plan

• Tour operator taps on unexplored sites to boost tourism

• Singapore looking to attract more Myanmar tourists to the city-state

• SBV warns banks against lending to property sector

October 102016
• Kamworks will harness sun to power residential tower

• VN calls on Thailand investment in supply

• Annual shopping festival to lure more foreign tourists

• Philippines' defence minister says military can manage without US aid

• Benefits await those who repatriate money from overseas

October 72016
• ADB to muscle up its lending with pledge of $1B

• Myanmar Investment Law approved

• Gov’t scrutinises financial resources to settle bad debts

• Government to build more roads in border areas

• Foreign investors demand further economic reforms

October 6,  2016
• VN will achieve 20% credit growth

• Tourism should be Indonesia's core business

• IMF forecasts Brunei GDP to grow 3.9%

• Industries to enjoy lower gas prices in 2017

• Tourism surges in first 9 months

October 52016
• PHL to surpass growth outlook if infra plans are fulfilled

• CSX to hold stock competition

• Yuan’s global popularity will impact VN economy

• Singapore private home prices fall most in 7 years in Q3

• Production, business do better in Q3

October 42016
• Gov’t divests from 5 transport firms

• Foods, cigarettes, beverages drive faster inflation in September

• When will the Malaysian property market pick up?

• Access to financing available for Brunei-India traders

• West Nusa Tenggara eyes sports tourism after Lombok race

October  32016
• ASEAN’s first aviation training centre

• Indonesia's economic driver will shift to private investment in H2

• New plan aims for 20,000 early childhood educators by 2020

• Political stability will maintain Indonesia's economic growth momentum

• HCMC sees substantive GRDP growth

September  30,  2016
• Brunei economy seen growing by 1% this year

• Electricity rate for subsidized clients to increase 3 times next year

• National debt hits $5.7B, but deemed manageable

• Indonesia should refocus exports to ASEAN market

• Exports increase 6.7 per cent

September  29, 2016
• Viet Nam’s farm exports rise in 9 months

• Cambodia's economy on growth path

• DST launches second CDM for prepaid electricity

• Singapore's population hits 5.61 millions in June

• ‘RCEP will deepen India’s engagement with ASEAN’

September  28, 2016
• S Korea biggest investor in VN

• ADB says developing Asian economies are holding steady

• ANZ promotes financial literacy with MoneyMinded program

• Australia's Victoria state to invest in Indonesia's cold chain distribution

• Brunei’s healthcare sector projected for modest growth

September  27, 2016
• Thai life insurer to enter local market

• Capital market to boost FDIs and local investments

• Indonesia to sign rice import deal with Myanmar

• SMRT submits bid for Bandung public rail project

• RMB usage to boost Indonesia, China economies

September  26, 2016
• CPI up 0.1% in August

• RMB usage to boost Indonesia, China economies: Bank of China

• Investment from Vietnam hits a dry patch: CDC

• Festival to promote health and fitness biz

• Electricity price hike likely to contribute 0.8-1.1% to 2017 inflation

September  23, 2016
• Solar energy policies needed

• Cooperatives can leverage on FDI spinoffs

• Singapore unveils plans to spur innovation, enterprise

• Ferrari 488 Spider introduced in Indonesia

• Ferrari 488 Spider introduced in Indonesia
• GGGI to help foster ‘green economy’ in Indonesia for next 3 years

September  22, 2016
• PM approves Quang Ninh seaport

• External debt reaches $324.2 billion in July

• FMI ranked Myanmar’s most transparent company

• Entrepreneurship, capital surge

• Lao Government Promises Over Land Are Met With Suspicion
• Lao Government Promises Over Land Are Met With Suspicion

September  21, 2016
• SBV reiterates disallowance of loan rollover

• External debt reaches $324.2 billion in July

• Transshipment can help grow logistics industry

• August auto sales: another sign of economic recovery

• Thailand expects huge jump in tourists

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