In Southeast Asia of late, the spotlight has been on the many ambitious infrastructure projects happening across the region.
As more and more people become aware of the need to protect the environment, the demand for goods and services that are sensitive to such inclinations will undoubtedly increase.
In financing long-term infrastructure projects, Singapore's government is looking at its first borrowings since the 1980s, according to analysis by The Business Times Singapore.
With at least $323 billion in infrastructure spending in the pipeline in Southeast Asia and potentially more expected over the next few years, 2018 could well shape up as the year of builders’ stocks from Indonesia to the Philippines that have been the
The Philippine economy grew more than six percent for a ninth consecutive quarter, cementing its position as one of the fastest-expanding in the world.
Indonesia is on track to become a trillion-dollar economy and should be the envy of Southeast Asia. Yet on some key measures, the region’s biggest economy is falling behind.