Asia

27 Jul 17
Costs stayed high despite government efforts to keep them down.
26 Jul 17
It will be curbed by higher levels of debt payments.
26 Jul 17
China, India, and Japan will take up 40% of the global infrastructure spending need.
25 Jul 17
But optimism towards construction and mining sectors contract.
24 Jul 17
Thanks to strong manufacturing and services sector expansion.
21 Jul 17
South Asia will register the strongest growth at 7%.
21 Jul 17
Thanks to foreign markets’ robust orders.
21 Jul 17
Chinese tourists’ overseas spending could hit US$429b.
14 Jun 17
This is based on results from a retail sales survey.
6 Jun 17
Asia Pacific will contribute $7.4b to the industry total.
31 May 17
Eighteen technology IPOs raised a total of US$5.8b in Q1.
30 May 17
Investments will grow in frequency, but with smaller average deal sizes.
29 May 17
It will grow at an annual average of 5.3% between 2017-2021.
26 May 17
Their CAGR will hit 5.1% from 2017 to 2021 collectively.
26 May 17
The e-commerce market is one.
24 May 17
Thanks to private consumption’s upside surprise.
5 Apr 17
Growth forecast in Southeast Asia is 8.1%.
4 Apr 17
Singapore dollar seen appreciating gradually due to sound fiscal outlook.
31 Mar 17
Japan and India account for more than half of market share.
3 Feb 17
It's the first major budget intended to boost growth outside Bangkok.
21 Dec 16
2 in 5 collection managers say more consumers are paying 60-days past-due.
9 Dec 16
This could make it harder for Myanmar to finance its current account deficit.
9 Dec 16
Reduction in cost to income ratio over time is expected.
8 Dec 16
The current 58% uptake doesn't reflect 'genuine' investor interest, says analyst.
8 Dec 16
Blame it on higher credit costs from ongoing restructuring.
7 Dec 16
Onshore defaults likely to escalate.
7 Dec 16
Exports could turn around in 1Q 2017.
6 Dec 16
The country's infrasture budget for 2017 rose to IDR387t.
6 Dec 16
Inflation is projected to rise to 1.5% next year.
6 Dec 16
130 transactions worth CNY209bn were issued during the period.
5 Dec 16
Blame it on an ultralow interest rate environment.
5 Dec 16
But analysts see US yields to remain the key driver next year.
5 Dec 16
Fitch-adjusted total social financing/GDP could reach 258% by year-end.
2 Dec 16
Its 3Q GDP now seen to be below 6%.
2 Dec 16
Thanks to PMI rising to its highest level in over two years.
2 Dec 16
Contracted home sales could decline by 15%.
2 Dec 16
Annual public investments worth THB950b is not enough to spur growth.
30 Nov 16
E&P, however, is expected to stay weak.
30 Nov 16
It beats Japan as world's largest pork importer this year.