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One of Southeast Asia’s smallest countries is diversifying its economy
Long reliant on oil exports for its revenue, Brunei is now taking steps to create a conducive entrepreneurial environment for local companies to flourish.
Education in Madagascar a work in progress
In a country where some children as young as five have to be breadwinners for their family, formal education is often placed on the back burner.
What do Asia’s e-commerce laws mean for retailers?
Tony Chen, Vice President, Public Policy, North East Asia, DPDHL Group, gives his take on how retailers should navigate e-commerce in Asia.
Forget the glitzy skyscrapers, Dubai is the new hub for humanitarian aid
Dubai’s strategic location means that aid dispatched from the city can reach two-thirds of the world’s population in just eight hours.
Weaving the fabric of open innovation
By reengineering technologies and equipping clothes with bio-mechanical sensors, Sri Lanka’s largest apparel manufacturer is transforming the industry.
More Kiwi exporters jumping on e-commerce bandwagon
In New Zealand, exporters are quickly uncovering new opportunities to take their businesses online.
Cruising ahead with the world’s largest sailmaker
Sri Lanka is home to North Sails’ largest manufacturing site — a fully vertically-integrated facility that produces its fabric and finished sails.
Australia’s booming export industry: En route to new destinations
In Australia, exporters are all geared up to grow their businesses beyond the borders.
Untangling tariffs for a way forward
Our in-house customs experts examine the impact of the latest trade tariffs on businesses and consumers.
Kenyan flower exports in full bloom
With favorable conditions all year round, Kenya has the ingredients to become one of the top flower producers in the world.
An international metropolis 13 years in the making
As Iskandar Malaysia continues growing, it appears on track to achieve its investment targets. But what does the future hold for the special economic zone?
After Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte wore an Ibarra watch at an event, the firm sold four months’ worth of timepieces in just two days.
It’s time — Filipino watch brand takes to global stage
After Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte wore an Ibarra watch at an event, the firm sold four months’ worth of timepieces in just two days.
It’s time — Filipino watch brand takes to global stage
After Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte wore an Ibarra watch at an event, the firm sold four months’ worth of timepieces in just two days.
It’s time — Filipino watch brand takes to global stage
After Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte wore an Ibarra watch at an event, the firm sold four months’ worth of timepieces in just two days.
Championing Muay Thai: A local manufacturer’s journey to becoming a global brand
As Muay Thai grew in popularity, so did Yokkao Boxing — by focusing on the connections between the people and the sport.
Innovative Gold Coast emerging as an e-commerce hotspot
The sun and surf are synonymous with Australia’s Gold Coast, but a growing entrepreneurial culture is helping the city shed its laid-back reputation.
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