Asian Insider: Territorial disputes | Malaysia's recovery

13/1/2022 3:47:00 PM

Asian Insider: Territorial disputes | Malaysia's recovery

, writes Indochina bureau chief Tan Hui Yee.New Great Wall of China?, writes China bureau chief Tan Dawn Wei in the weekly Power Play column.He was abducted and sold to a family in another Chinese province when he was four. Butthrough social media, public appeals and sheer investigative work.

could soon be decommissioned by the authorities to ease traffic congestion. Thailand correspondent Tan Tam Mei looks at the historic rail terminus that has become synonymous with the Thai capital.

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Asian bonds see a surge in foreign inflows in Dec 2021Emerging Asian bonds ex-China attracted the biggest monthly foreign inflow in over four months in December, shrugging off worries over the Federal Reserve's tightening of its monetary policy as businesses showed higher productivity.Overseas investors purchased a combined net total of US$4.72 billion in So

Asian shares mixed as investors digest US inflation surgeSHANGHAI : Asian shares were mixed on Thursday, while the dollar slipped as global investors assessed that strong U.S. inflation data was not worrying enough to change the Federal Reserve's already hawkish rates outlook.While the U.S. consumer price index rose 7per cent in the 12 months through December,

Floods complicate Malaysia's economic recovery

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Matilda Tao Offers To Treat Customers Who Complained About The “Cold & Undercooked” Food At Her Newly-Opened Mala StallNow that's what we call service recovery.

the bloc’s planned first meeting under Cambodia's chairmanship will be postponed .LinkedIn Emerging Asian bonds ex-China attracted the biggest monthly foreign inflow in over four months in December, shrugging off worries over the Federal Reserve's tightening of its monetary policy as businesses showed higher productivity.LinkedIn SHANGHAI : Asian shares were mixed on Thursday, while the dollar slipped as global investors assessed that strong U.Copy to clipboard https://str.

Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen's visit last week to Myanmar was met with criticisms that it grants legitimacy to a military regime currently shut out from Asean's high-level summits. And , writes Indochina bureau chief Tan Hui Yee.72 billion in South Korean, Thai, Indian, Indonesian, and Malaysian bonds last month, their biggest net buying since August, data from regulatory authorities and bond market associations showed. Opinion Hun Sen is right to have visited Myanmar New Great Wall of China? In the past two years, China has seen a rising number of foreigners leaving the country, driven primarily by its strict pandemic protocols. While the U. But Covid-19 has also become a convenient excuse for China to weed out unwanted foreigners as part of its leadership's resolve to get rid of social excesses such as unrestrained online gaming and effeminate behaviour in young males.thomsonreuters. China's increasingly protectionist moves are , writes China bureau chief Tan Dawn Wei in the weekly Power Play column. Three weeks ago, the stall as well as her home some 40km from the capital, Kuala Lumpur, were destroyed by floods that wreaked havoc around Malaysia.

Meanwhile, Singapore's former foreign minister George Yeo said Reunited by a map He was abducted and sold to a family in another Chinese province when he was four.jpg The five countries' bond markets attracted overseas capital of US$64. Markets in Asia, where inflation pressures have generally been more subdued in major economies, could offer attractive risk hedging opportunities, said Jim McCafferty, Nomura's joint head of APAC equity research. But that he spent the next 33 years retracing his steps based on a map he drew from memory. He recounts his emotional reunion with his mother to China correspondent Elizabeth Law. South Korean bonds accounted for majority of the inflows, receiving US$57. Behind such touching stories is through social media, public appeals and sheer investigative work. during 2021, if you are seeing inflation as a threat then a lot of investors may be tempted to reallocate funds away from developed equity markets in the West into the mix of developed and developing markets in East Asia," he said. Final days of iconic station It has welcomed and sent off tens of thousands of commuters each day in the heart of Bangkok's Chinatown for more than a century. "Korean bonds were likely in demand because foreign investors could buy a low-beta bond, hedge out the currency exposure and still get an attractive 20-30 bps pickup over US Treasury", said Duncan Tan, a strategist at DBS Bank. Estimates of losses nationwide on public property, businesses, factories and warehouses range from between 10 billion and 20 billion ringgit (S$3.

But the could soon be decommissioned by the authorities to ease traffic congestion. Thailand correspondent Tan Tam Mei looks at the historic rail terminus that has become synonymous with the Thai capital.7 billion and US$1. Japan's Nikkei lost 0. Millet makeover The humble millet, a kind of grass cultivated in India for its edible seeds, is undergoing a makeover. it is being featured as a healthy addition to biscuits and desserts, and even used to make artisanal millet beer. Graphic: Yearly foreign investment flows: Asian bonds, https://fingfx. Read about this nutritious cereal in India correspondent Debarshi Dasgupta's Letter from Kolkata.42per cent while Chinese blue-chips slipped 0. What is still unclear is the impact of the floods on an economy already ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Hope you enjoy this week's selection.com/gfx/mkt/klpykqqkypg/Yearlyper cent20foreignper cent20investmentper cent20flows-per cent20Asianper cent20bonds. Stay safe and thank you for reading The Straits Times. Ling Chang Hong Deputy Foreign Editor Want more insights into fast-changing Asia from our network of correspondents? Get this article in your inbox by .5per cent to 1.28per cent and the Nasdaq Composite up 0.