Poo may be the last taboo in Cambodia; but a conversation about good sanitation and sound water management is long overdue
From military heavyweight to champion for change, Shwe Mann is tipped to take Myanmar’s top political spot
With Myanmar stretching its capacity to usher in new reforms, Southeast Asia Globe sits down with four of the country’s key economic players to discuss their vision for the country
The most recent Asean Summit was marked by significant clashes between the Cambodian chair and civil society organisations. Is this a new trend, or just an old habit?
The future could be bright for private banking and tax evasion in Southeast Asia
Rami Sharaf explains what links RMA Cambodia’s car assembly, agriculture development and fast food businesses
Tourism in Southeast Asia has reached new highs in recent years. But could today’s triumph become tomorrow’s tears for millions of visitors?
Garuda, Indonesia’s flag carrier, has inked a $2.5 billion deal with the European plane manufacturer Airbus for the delivery of 11 A330 passenger jets. It is the second contract in a year between the two businesses after Garuda ordered 25 A320 Airbus planes for a price of $2.18 billion last June. Garuda hopes to almost
Reforms are meaningless unless accompanied by fundamental changes to the constitution
How Myanmar can position itself to join the ranks of successful nations
Crippled by decades of forced isolation yet central to a thriving economy, small businesses hope to win big with the easing of sanctions
86.7%: A survey by Abac poll, a business research centre within the Assumption University of Bangkok, shows 86.7% of Thai small and medium enterprises have been affected by the new 300 baht ($9.75) daily minimum wage policy. The measure is expected to have a minor impact on larger companies. According to human resources firm Manpower