The Thai economy has reached five-year highs. However, the government has not yet laid the foundations to take it even higher.
Indonesia’s oil industry has been at the centre of several recent disasters. As the industry seeks to recover losses, risk mitigation is no longer a priority.
Najib is using national debt as a political tool to attack the opposition. Mahathir has a poor record of managing debt. But Najib is playing with fire.
China has a colonial agenda with Laos. It provides aid and investment, but both come at the cost of Laotian sovereignty.
The world is on the edge of a trade war after Trump announced steep tariffs on steel and aluminium. How can ASEAN protect its economies?
Brunei’s economy is in turmoil. The oil-dependent state is looking to China for solutions.
Laos is pushing hard to meet United Nations (UN) development targets. The government risks bankrupting the nation in the process.
What will the 2018 budget have in store for Singapore?
Malaysia will not be able to balance its budget 2020. Najib needs to do a better job managing the economy if he wants to win the next general election.
Mahathir Mohamad claimed that the Malaysian government could go bankrupt. Is there any truth in his claim?