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Bioenergy has struggled against low-priced coal imports, low carbon dioxide prices in the emissions-trading system and some other obstacles.
POSTED |  28-09-2014
Dr Somsak Lolekha, president of the Medical Council of Thailand, has clarified a number of issues associated with the surrogacy controversy.
POSTED |  16-09-2014-- By Frank Lombard --
As the weaknesses of the new liberal historicists’ arguments show, liberalism is struggling to...
POSTED |  09-09-2014-- By Timothy Stanley and Alexander Lee --
“I grew up in a religious family,” Jacqueline began our conversation as we drove into Kuala Lumpur city. It was...
POSTED |  09-09-2014
Not long after I first met Warren Buffett back in 1991, I asked him to recommend his favorite book about business. He didn’t miss a beat: “It’s Business Adventures, by John Brooks,” he said. “I’ll send you my copy.”
POSTED |  20-08-2014-- By Bill Gates --
“So, you have to talk to my colleague.” A friend of mine said excitedly when he read my first article.
POSTED |  21-06-2014
The May 23 coup provides a golden opportunity for Thailand to carry out broad reform.
POSTED |  30-05-2014-- By Amarin Khoman --
We were sitting on the banks of Tahan River, at the outset of the National Parks when the morning breeze caught my breath and I sneezed.
POSTED |  16-04-2014
Cambodia has enjoyed a relatively high economic performance with an annual GDP growth rate of about 8 per cent over the last decade. Market liberalisation, economic openness, regional integration, as well as domestic macroeconomic and political stability are the key drivers for success.
POSTED |  04-04-2014-- By Vannarith Chheang --
Letter from Malaysia. How are we going to feed 10 billion people? Are we going to have enough oil by 2050? Do we have enough natural resources? Is 10 billion people too many for the planet earth to sustain?
POSTED |  02-04-2014
Despite the relative calm and improvement in relations between China and the ASEAN countries in the past three decades, the disputes over the islands of the Spratlys and the Paracels have caused concern for many parties.
POSTED |  22-03-2014-- By Reuben Mondejar and Ming Yang --
They are the country’s largely unsung modern day heroes. Without them, the Philippine economy would have collapsed when recession hit the United States and other western economies six or seven years ago.
POSTED |  22-03-2014-- By Edwin Espajo --
Letter form Jordan. Daivi was only 14 years old when she was attacked by her employer. Her only crime was to admit that she preferred singing to cleaning.
POSTED |  22-03-2014-- By Farah Atyyat --
Letter from America. The American way of growing up is changing. It used to be that teenagers could hardly wait to leave their parents’ home and go out on their own.
POSTED |  22-03-2014-- By Valerie Hyman --
The AEC, to come into effect in 2015, will stimulate commerce, communication and immigration between ASEAN neighbours.
POSTED |  22-03-2014-- By Frank Lombard --
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