As the U.S. pulls back from globalization, China is stepping into the breach, experts said at the WEF Asean meeting this week.
Pan Sorasak, Minister of Commerce of Cambodia, talks about infrastructure development and the oil and gas reserves in the country.
Pan Sorasak, minister of commerce of Cambodia, says the country will be looking to attract greater levels of foreign investment as it develops.
The least-developed countries are doing more in the fintech space than their developed counterparts, says Serge Pun, chairman of Serge Pun & Associates.
At a CNBC debate during a World Economic Forum meeting, a panel of experts identified three key ideas for ASEAN.
Anna Marrs, Standard Chartered Bank, weighs in on how private and public coordination is required to structure infrastructure projects in ASEAN.
Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia could introduce flights to the West Coast of the U.S. "not too far away" from now, CEO Tony Fernandes told CNBC.
Satoshi Tomi, director at the Development Bank of Japan, says Japanese companies are keen to invest in Myanmar and Cambodia but challenges remain.
John Rice, vice chairman of GE, tells CNBC about the growth potential in Southeast Asia and trade flows in the region.
Southeast Asian leaders must improve their human rights situation if they want the region to remain successful, according to a panel of experts.
Young Cambodians are rolling the dice and returning home, but policymakers have a part to play in securing the future brain trust.
The IIF welcomes Japan's bilateral currency swap deals with Thailand and Malaysia, saying it would add to stability in the Southeast Asian region.
The Philippines' Secretary of Trade and Industry talks about the Asean-led RCEP and China's One Belt, One Road initiatives.
Singapore Business Federation's chairman S.S. Teo talks about the progress of ASEAN's integration.
Hoe Ee Khor, chief economist at AMRO, says the pick up in global trade will benefit the ASEAN+3 region.
Amirul Feisal Wan Zahir, CFO of Maybank Group, says the Southeast Asian bloc stands to benefit from Sino-led growth as the U.S. looks inwards.
Countries spurned by China have decided they've had enough, and are heading to places like Southeast and South Asia to turn their fortunes around.
MANILA, March 10- The European Union and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations said on Friday the two blocs would try to revive plans for a Free Trade Agreement between them, as European countries look to tap the region's strong growth. Those talks have had mixed success, with deals so far agreed only with Singapore and most recently, Vietnam, but yet to be...
The U.S. should revive the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the country’s former ambassador to China said.
A draft of a Sino-Asean code of conduct for the disputed South China Sea has been completed, the SCMP reports.