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The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the fragility of conflict-ridden countries and even risk them to fall back into crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the fragility of conflict-ridden countries and even risk them to fall back into crisis

Japan and Malaysia will begin easing travel restrictions for their people from September.

The Business Times on August 11 posted a story describing the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) as a significant economic milestone

The first webinar of the sixth ASEAN-OECD Good Regulatory Practices Network Meeting took place on August 11.

The Indonesian Government is planning to expand its social aid programme and incentives for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in an effort to boost consumer spending

The Lao Government has decided to tighten COVID-19 prevention measures in the face of transmission risks.

The ASEAN Foreign Ministers have issued a statement on the importance of maintaining peace and stability in Southeast Asia. Following is the full text of the statement:

Vietnam’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in its capacity as ASEAN Chair in New York hosted a virtual ceremony on August 7

Economic and trade ministers of signatories to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

Thailand’s cabinet on August 4 approved a budget of 884.62 million baht (28.5 million USD) to fund 157 economic recovery projects

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has reiterated US support for Southeast Asian states upholding their sovereign rights and interests in the East Sea under international law.

The Indonesian government has announced that it had revised a 2017 law that will give oil and gas investors more flexibility when choosing their contract options for exploration, according to Reuters.

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