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1. news | 30 Apr 2013
» Investors are turning their attention to emerging markets in Southeast Asia again, on the back of robust hotel transaction volumes in Asia which hit US$620 million in the first quarter of 2013, up 190% from the same peri...
2. learning | 05 Oct 2011
About economics and business
» Europe seems distant from Asia, but warnings of economic collapse & great depression make keeping current essential.
3. learning | 25 May 2011
» As waves of capital inflow head towards Asia, governments act to prevent real estate and other prices from spiralling out of control.
4. lifestyle | 17 May 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Clothes, accessories or grocery shopping with QR codes may be familiar to smartphone users, but now bookworms can use the technology to shop at Asia Books. The store is now running the ``Asia Books Plus: Finger Your Life...
5. lifestyle | 17 May 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Clothes, accessories or grocery shopping with QR codes may be familiar to smartphone users, but now bookworms can use the technology to shop at Asia Books. The store is now running the "Asia Books Plus: Finger Your Lifes...
6. learning | 28 Dec 2010
» The "Riviera of Asia" and Asia's foremost superyacht destination, multi-million-dollar holiday homes spread out along the landscaped plots of its coast.
7. news | 30 Mar 2013
» The second Obama administration is keen to achieve positive outcomes with its "rebalancing toward Asia" policy but its ability to deliver remains questionable, analysts told a seminar yesterday.
8. learning | 28 Oct 2010
» The US is deeply mired in a sluggish economy with high levels of unemployment. US policy to get its economy moving again may affect Asia.
9. news | 01 Apr 2013
» Manufacturing activity across Asia expanded in April, widely watched barometers showed Monday, suggesting that the region's export-dependent economies were continuing to recover.
10. news | 21 Mar 2013
» NEW DELHI - Significantly fewer people are dying of tuberculosis in South and Southeast Asia, with a significant 40% reduction in the death rate from the disease since 1990, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported.