MANILA, Philippines–The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is seen to grow by 4.9 percent this year, surpassing the global growth projection of 3.5 percent, as the region remains an attractive investment destination. read more →

BANGKOK: — Lower global fuel prices will allow developing East Asian economies to abolish fuel subsidies and raise energy taxes to close fiscal gaps, according to a World Bank report. read more →

HONG KONG, CHINA – Developing Asia will maintain its strong economic growth in 2015 and 2016 supported by soft commodity prices and recovery in the major industrial economies, says a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report. read more →

KUALA LUMPUR: ASEAN remains resilient with steady economic growth and despite the global financial turmoil, says Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman. read more →

Chief executives in ASEAN, including Singapore, are defying the gloomy mood among their counterparts across the globe over the economic outlook. read more →