SE Asia's Political Clout Grows With The Rise Of China And India
FM George Yeo To ASEAN 'Fight protectionism'
Asia's Local Currency Bond Markets to Expand - ADB Report
Developing Asia suffering more than expected: ADB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 










SE Asia's Political Clout Grows With The Rise Of China And India
The Jakarta Post, 24 February 2009

Southeast Asia's political leverage on the global stage is on the rise thanks to its ability to keep the big powers' interests in the region in balance, but officials and experts warn of greater challenges in the future amid the current global woes.

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FM George Yeo To ASEAN 'Fight protectionism'
The Strait Times, 24 February 2009

Foreign Minister George Yeo notes the benefits of integration and more open markets, ahead of the recent ASEAN Summit.


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Developing Asia suffering more than expected: ADB
Taipei Times, 20 February 2009

Asia’s developing economies are suffering more than expected from the global slowdown and must take steps to reduce their reliance on exports, the head of the ADB said and called on developing countries such as India and China to take steps to boost domestic demand to offset the impact of recessions in major developed economies.

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http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/biz/archives/2009/02/20/2003436591


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Asia's Local Currency Bond Markets to Expand - ADB Report
Daily Mirror, 16 February 2009

Emerging East Asia's local currency bond markets are expected to expand this year with several governments likely to sell debt to pump-prime their economies. Companies are also expected to turn to local markets to refinance or raise fresh funds, says the latest issue of the ADB’s Asia Bond Monitor (ABM).

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http://www.dailymirror.lk/DM_BLOG/Sections/frmNewsDetailView.aspx?ARTID=40650

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