Four months after RCEP was signed, a study surfaces, with gloomy trade data, portending a shaky future for the Kingdom and ASEAN as a whole
Rising cases and deaths are pushing the Kingdom to shore up its repository to buy vaccines, aid vulnerable groups and hold the economy together but can it handle more debt?
The capital city is facing a surge in vacant retail space, a figure that has been expanding over time but with the onslaught of food delivery apps and e-commerce, and the ongoing risk of Covid-19, how will it all pan out?
After a year-long record of zero human loss, the Kingdom might have double down efforts to save her people and the economy by making several unaccustomed moves
As the moratorium on debt repayment comes off sometime this year, the pressure of meeting loan repayment obligations might pose a risk to both loan providers and takers
The Kingdom’s maiden oil project has two roles to play - to save a bleeding firm and to grow an economy
Although growth is on the horizon for the Cambodian economy as the inoculation campaign takes off, analysts warn of risks flowing from a trundling global vaccination programme
The vaccination programme globally is beset by a shortage of supply via the COVAX Facility, partly due to vaccine-hogging by advanced economies. It has caused a furore among developing countries who are racing against time to inoculate their citizens
As some Southeast Asian nations face internal issues, the Kingdom’s stability could be an attractive destination to investors, but institutional setbacks might turn them away
Global surge in container shipping rates are pressing shippers who have had to absorb 25 to 30 per cent of costs at a time when every penny matters