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15 Sep The path forward for Asean (Bangkok Post)

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) free trade agreement is expected to be signed by the end of the year. The current 15 partners are leaving the door open for India to join in the future, after India walked away from the agreement last year. In...

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14 Sep Infographic: Green Lanes Between Singapore and ASEAN +6

In the SIIA’s Special Report on “Renewed Concerns in Key ASEAN Economies: Politics and Growth Prospects After the First COVID-19 Wave”, we stressed the importance for Singapore to work on “bubble” arrangements for travel. Such cooperation would help each country and ASEAN as a whole...

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10 Sep New Horizons: Indonesia

This week’s high-level roundtable discussion in the SIIA’s New Horizons series zoomed in on trends and concerns emerging from Indonesia, as the country continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Chatib Basri, Co-founder and Senior Partner, Creco Consulting; and Former Minister of Finance of the...

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07 Sep Infographic: Rising Global Protectionism and Populism

Populism poses significant challenges in maintaining solidarity and promoting ASEAN Centrality in the global economy. Unlike Europe and the US, populism in Southeast Asia is less about immigration, economic decline, and trade, and more on religious and ethnic divides, and countering drug trafficking. However, populism...

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03 Sep ASEAN Business Forum: Navigating ASEAN Beyond COVID-19

As talk of vaccines becomes more commonplace, world leaders are already looking towards the future and emerging from the pandemic stronger than before. ASEAN countries are no different – as infection numbers begin to fall, economic recovery is on everyone’s mind. Yet, challenges remain. The...

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