• Mon, 25 Feb 2019 16:36
    Asia-Pacific is the key driver of global smartphone market
    The Telecommunication sector, comprising smartphones, feature phones and wearables, has claimed a 44-per cent share, and remains the powerhouse in the $1.2 trillion technical consumer goods (TCG) market, according to a study.
    Tech
  • Wed, 20 Feb 2019 01:00
    2019 expected to be strong year for hotel investment
    THE Asia-Pacific is the only region that can expect growth in hotel transaction volumes this year, according to the latest JLL Hotel Investment Outlook.
    Real Estate
  • Tue, 28 Jun 2016 18:46
    Limited Brexit's direct impact to Asia Pacific: S&P
    The direct real impact on Asia-Pacific economies from the UK's decision to leave the EU (Brexit) is likely to be limited since the relevant linkages are weak, said S&P Global Ratings in a report published today titled "Brexit Impact On Asia-Pacific Is L
    Economy
  • Sat, 11 Jul 2015 01:00
    What happened to the rule of law in Asia?
    While Asia-Pacific is one of the world's largest regions in terms of population, it has long been known for being among the least developed in terms of institutional mechanisms for protecting human rights. Asia now lags far behind Europe, the Americas an
    opinion
  • Tue, 28 Oct 2014 01:00
    Asia-Pacific PC market still contracting, IDC says
    The personal computer market in the Asia-Pacific is still contracting, according to International Data Corporation (IDC),
    Tech
  • Fri, 21 Feb 2014 00:00
    Asia-Pacific office market set for better year: CBRE
    The office market in Asia-Pacific is showing signs of improvement this year, in line with stronger regional and global economic growth, according to research by CB Richard Ellis's (CBRE) Asia-Pacific office.
    Real Estate
  • Mon, 23 Jan 2012 00:00
    Major new destination planned in Phetchabun
    An eco-tourism icon in Asia-Pacific is being planned for the northeastern province of Phetchabun, with Bt3 billion earmarked for the first phase alone, to prove that the growing number of visitors will not always cause environmental damage.
    Economy
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