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“The government cannot fulfil our requirements”- Strengthening of public transport services in Myanmar is being talked about since a long time now. Underinvestment in transport inf[...]
“Expenditure in many areas will rise, especially in health care, infrastructure and security”- Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Finance, Singapore, recently delivered the budget speech[...]
“Availability of finance for cleaner coal-fired power plants remains a crucial challenge for ASEAN” Several efforts are in place for powering the ASEAN region and plug the demand-s[...]
“Technology has moved ahead. Maintenance approach has largely moved from preventive to predictive.” Khaw Boon Wan, Minister for Transport, Singapore, is quite elated ab[...]
“Strategic and spatial planning that is coordinated at the national, regional and local levels has undoubtedly been one of China’s strengths”- According to Mara K. Warwick, Country[...]
“Renewable energy could be a brightspot in Myanmar’s future”- In Myanmar, two out of three people in the country live without power. This astonishing number affects education, heal[...]
“We must ensure good links not only with established economies, but also with the high-potential markets of tomorrow” Ng Chee Meng, Second Minister for Transport, Singapore, believ[...]
“Our future hinges on our ability to nurture the ITS ecosystem”- According to Tan Sri Dr Ali B. Hamsa, chief secretary,  Government of Malaysia, mobility is the heartbeat of cities[...]
“2017 will also be a landmark year for rail reliability”- This is the Third Joint Forum on Infrastructure Maintenance. We have made significant progress since the first two session[...]
Macroeconomic trajectories cannot be sustainable if the financial sphere is out of equilibrium- According to Dr Veerathai Santiprabhob, Governor of the Bank of Thailand, the global[...]