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SEA countries look for energy options for the future- Positive demographic and economic trends have catapulted energy consumption in the Southeast Asian (SEA) countries over the pa[...]
Cambodia’s attempt to attract external funds for infrastructure- The Cambodian economy had grown at a robust rate until 2007 before the growth trajectory tripped on account of the [...]
Desalination to help meet growing water demand- Population growth rates and levels of urbanisation in the Southeast Asian region have kept pace with the region’s economic developme[...]
Challenges and success factors for billion-dollar-plus infrastructure projects- Investment requirement for the development of infrastructure in Southeast Asia is enormous. Accordin[...]
 Ambitious targets to develop sustainable infrastructure- The world has made significant strides in the fight against climate change over the past year. In a landmark achievement, [...]
Gradual adoption of sustainable waste management practices in Southeast Asia- Management of municipal solid waste (MSW) in a scientific manner is one of the biggest challenges face[...]
Doing business in ASEAN- Given that Southeast Asian (SEA) countries have embarked on massive infrastructure investment programmes and seek a significant share of the funding from p[...]
Inching closer to transport sustainability- Southeast Asia faces a grim problem of high transportation and logistics costs owing to lack of efficiency and sustainability in transpo[...]
Singapore’s plans for infrastructure development- Singapore is positioned among the world’s safest and most investor-friendly countries. It is ranked first in terms of ease of doin[...]
Rising dominance of private funding in ASEAN’s infrastructure- The financial landscape in Southeast Asia is characterised by a shortage of infrastructure investment and polarised i[...]