The EU tried to push Cambodia on human rights by leveraging its preferential trade program. In partially withdrawing the program, it has entered a new phase of relations with the Hun Sen government.
Europe’s data protection laws highlight how weak personal data ownership laws are in Singapore. The system favours businesses and government agencies, often at the cost of individual privacy.
Mobile money has been touted as the panacea towards achieving financial inclusion in emerging markets like Myanmar. But is it entrenching a gender gap among those accessing financial services?
The coronavirus outbreak will dent Chinese growth figures. But Chinese markets are resilient and dynamic monetary policies can lead to a hasty recovery.
As fears grow, the economic impacts of coronavirus on Southeast Asia could be significant.
As the Cambodian government bans online gambling, the story of Sihanoukville has become a cautionary tale of Hun Sen’s attempts to shape the course of Chinese investment.
Despite major security concerns, some ASEAN nations are open to partnering with Huawei to develop their 5G networks. Can debates in Europe and the US offer any lessons for Southeast Asia?
A catch-all omnibus job creation bill aims to put Indonesia’s demographic dividend to work.
Online casinos are investing vast sums of time and money in protecting their customers’ data. Despite this effort, cyber threats remain a major concern for their operations.
Malaysia is making her mark as a Southeast Asian digital hub and serves as a strong case study on the promises and challenges the digital economy faces in bridging the urban-rural divide.