Brunei’s economy is in turmoil. The oil-dependent state is looking to China for solutions.
The Sultan of Brunei replaced several prominent ministers. The reshuffle could indicate a move to clamp down on high-level corruption.
Without oil, there may be little to expect from Brunei’s economy. The nation also risks walking the same destructive path that Greece once took.
The Sultan of Brunei reacted to his country’s economic woes by imposing strict Shariah law, but he refuses to obey the new penal code himself.
Brunei is often overlooked in South China Sea dispute. But Brunei has a plan.
Brunei’s economic growth has been one of Southeast Asia’s biggest success stories. Skilled foreign labour has driven this boom.
Facebook0TwitterReddit0LinkedinemailIt’s been nine years since the announcement of the Wawasan Brunei 2035 targets to revitalise and overhaul Brunei and its economy. Good progress has been…
Facebook0TwitterReddit0LinkedinemailBy Sarah Caroline Bell Flush with money, Brunei has the financial capacity to provide its citizens with an unbelievably comfortable lifestyle. Bruneians, the fourth wealthiest people…