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New focal point

By: Steve Finch - November 6, 2012

Nikon’s official arrival reflects the spending habits of an increasingly brand-aware middle class


Majority shareholder shake up

By: Southeast Asia Globe - November 5, 2012

Maruhan Japan Bank has become the first Cambodian commercial bank to make a direct equity investment in a microfinance institution in Cambodia


“It is a story that has happened throughout history, except this time the killers won”

By: Southeast Asia Globe - November 5, 2012

Joshua Oppenheimer, an American film director who has been based in Indonesia for much of the past decade, speaks about his new documentary The Act Of Killing, after its successful release at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film delves into the elimination of an estimated 500,000 suspected Communists between 1965-66 in Indonesia, prior to


Top 5 rehab stints

By: Southeast Asia Globe - October 25, 2012

The pressures of fame have a habit of pushing those in the public eye to the brink of disaster


Vietnamese state sector

By: Southeast Asia Globe - October 25, 2012

7.8: The amount in dong the Vietnamese state sector needs to spend to earn one dong in profit, according to experts who severely criticise the ineffectiveness of state-operated businesses and the country’s addiction to public investment. Vietnam hosts 100 seaports, 18 coastal and 30 border gate economic zones and more than 650 industrial clusters. “It’s


Troubled waters

By: Southeast Asia Globe - October 25, 2012

High fuel costs and low freight rates have severely damaged the global shipping industry, and Southeast Asia has not escaped unscathed