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Myanmar Plans to Reopen to Asian Travellers in October

Myanmar, like many other countries, has shut down it’s the tourism industry since the emergence of the Covid-19 and is now planning to relaunch the industry for foreigners by allowing travelers from ASEAN and Asia in the fourth quarter this year, according to the Vice President U Henry Van Thio, who chairs National Committee for […]

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New PPP law to drive Vietnam’s infrastructure development

The Hanoitimes – Prior to the passage of the PPP law, Vietnamese authorities had been struggling to attract private capital to the country’s burgeoning infrastructure sector. A new law on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) will present tailwinds to growth of Vietnam’s infrastructure sector, according to Fitch Solutions, a subsidiary of Fitch Group. On June 18, the Vietnamese […]

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Thailand: Confidence edges higher in June poll

Business sentiment picked up for the first time in 14 months in June, boosted by easing of the government’s lockdown measures. The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) reported on Thursday that business confidence inched up to 31.5 in June from 31.3 in May, following readings of 32.1 in April, 37.5 in March, 44.9 […]

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Cambodia’s exports remain positive despite Covid-19 pandemic

During the first five months of 2020, Cambodia’s exports demonstrate positive trends despite the threat of Covid-19 pandemic. The update was provided by Vongsey Vissoth, Permanent Secretary of State at the Ministry of Economy and Finance in a press conference yesterday here in Phnom Penh. Mr Vissoth underlined that Cambodia’s garment sector dropped due to […]

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