The Malaysian Investment, Trade and Industry Ministry (MITI) supports the implementation of the Green Investment Strategy to attract green investment to the country

The Egypt-European Union (EU) Investment Conference in Cairo, on June 29 and 30, expanded the door for cooperation and investment between the two sides.

Statistics Indonesia (BPS) has reported that the number of people categorised as poor in Indonesia has declined by 3.06 million, or around 2.22%,

Vietnamese Minister of Science and Technology Huynh Thanh Dat held working sessions with the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF),

The Republic of Korea (RoK) Government and doctors' representatives are set to negotiate a way to end the long-standing impasse, over the government's healthcare reform plan.

Bouncing back from pandemic-era losses, Southeast Asian airlines are signing big aircraft purchase deals to capture demand as tourists return to the region.

Bouncing back from losses during the COVID-19 pandemic, Southeast Asian airlines are signing big aircraft purchase contracts in a race to meet increasing travel needs.

The 39th ASEAN-Japan Forum took place in Bangkok, Thailand on June 25 to review the ASEAN-Japan cooperation and discuss future directions to promote their comprehensive strategic partnership.

The Department of Cultural Promotion (DCP) under the Ministry of Culture is continuing its “One Province, One Menu

One person was killed and two others went missing following a flood in Parigi Moutong regency, Central Sulawesi province in Indonesia, the country's national disaster management agency reported on June 23.

The Thailand Creative Content Agency (THACCA) will host the country's first soft power expo next week to showcase the economic potential of Thai soft power in driving Thailand to become a leading nation in the creative economy.

Thailand is pushing forward with its plan to become a member of the BRICS group of emerging economies as early as October at the bloc's next summit in Russia

Floods and landslides following prolonged high-intensity rains on June 19 have been isolating over 4,000 residents in West Nias, North Sumatra, according to the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) of Indonesia.

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