Can the unthinkable become reality in Malaysia?

Since May, when the country had its 'Berlin Wall moment' – putting an end to its virtual one-party state – economic and political signs have been positive… but inevitably there are looming flashpoints.

Thailand bets on infrastructure

Thailand’s generals are pushing a 20-year infrastructure plan that aims to transform the country into a high value economy and logistics hub for Asean.

Thailand: Can Bangkok Bank rise to the challenge?

It should be a sure winner, with a large international presence, a strong domestic franchise and customer loyalty second to none, so why has Bangkok Bank lost out to its nimble local and foreign competitors, and what can CEO Chartsiri Sophonpanich do to put it right?

New Silk Road: Realizing China's dream

The country is famously extending its reach across the Eurasian continent, building infrastructure and more for the benefit of itself and the countries the Silk Road passes through.

Singapore FX market riding high on world events

The southeast Asian FX market is on fire and it is set to get a further boost thanks to a combination of political and economic turbulence, a regulator committed to facilitating infrastructure investment and increased interest from non-bank market makers.