AIA Group is optimistic about the Cambodian market after opening its first office.
The government through the Ministry of Tourism is set to give a major boost to the country’s tourism sector to bolster the economy.
Profits at China’s industrial companies rose the most in four years as commodities prices surge, thanks to a government-backed construction.
The euro slips after German Chancellor Angela Merkel wins a fourth.
China posted a flurry of disappointing data suggesting the economy is losing momentum.
There was, in fact, no immediate recession in the United Kingdom following the Brexit vote; indeed, there was not even a slowdown in growth.
Italy’s main opposition parties are replacing their calls to leave the euro with less radical proposals to flank it with a new currency.
India’s stronger currency is becoming a threat for its growth aspirations, piling pressure on the central bank.
Britain’s economy continues to lag behind a fast-recovering eurozone as firms worry about Brexit and consumers feel inflation.
President Joko Widodo has come through a storm political and religious tensions looking stronger than ever.
Britain’s economy is feeling the Brexit pinch, or perhaps given the strong performance of the rest of the world economy, it should be punch.
Thailand’s economy capped a solid performance for Southeast Asia, growing at its fastest clip thanks to strong exports.
A measure of Australian business conditions hit its highest since early 2008 as sales and profits stayed strong.
China’s manufacturing sector cools as foreign demand for Chinese goods slacken, but infrastructure push keeps construction moving.
Foreign direct investment is the key driving force of Cambodia’s economic development.
On a quarterly basis, growth picked up to 1.7 percent from 1.3 percent in the first quarter.
China’s economy lost momentum in second quarter, as Beijing’s efforts to curb risky lending and investment took a toll.
China posted stronger-than-expected June trade figures, but local curbs on lending could weigh on imports later this year.
The mass exodus of migrants – estimated to be more than 60,000 – is only the latest chaos to highlight the precarious lives of migrant workers who take up difficult and dangerous jobs in Thailand’s factories and fishing boats.
Syria’s six-year conflict has ravaged its infrastructure and caused losses to its economy of $226 billion, according to estimates published by the World Bank yesterday.
Sterling dipped after yesterday’s Markit/CIPS survey showed growth across British services companies fell to a four-month low in June.
China’s factories grew at the quickest pace in three months in June.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is leading the United Kingdom toward a very “hard” Brexit in 2019 – and potentially off a cliff, if the UK leaves the European Union without an exit or trade deal.