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MELBOURNE: Potentially higher interest rates, as well as volatile domestic currencies, bond markets, and property prices, would make financing conditions more difficult for Asia-Pacific financial institutions in 2019, according to S&P Global Ratings.
PETALING JAYA: Moody’s Investors Service, which has a stable banking system outlook for Malaysia, said that the outlook for banks in Asia-Pacific for 2017 is negative due to challenging operating conditions in the region that will weigh on the banks’ asset quality and profitability.
BEIJING: China will seek support for a Beijing-led Asia-Pacific free trade area at a regional summit in Peru later this month, Chinese officials said on Thursday, after Donald Trump's U.S. election win dashed hopes for a U.S.-led free trade pact.
KUALA LUMPUR: Chief executive officer (CEO) sociability - that is, their engagement online and via social media - among the world’s top companies has more than doubled since 2010. However, Asia-Pacific CEOs are lagging behind.
SINGAPORE: Six of Asia Pacific's largest airports are amongst the Top 20 most connected airports worldwide according to OAG's International Megahubs Index 2018, which ranks those airports with the highest ratio of scheduled international connections to the number of destinations served.
SINGAPORE: S&P Global Ratings forecasts Asia-Pacific central governments will issue nearly US$3 trillion in long-term commercial debt in 2018, with Japan's share of the total falling and China's rising.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Government will always push to ensure peace, stability and security in Asia Pacific, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
PETALING JAYA: Asia-Pacific economies that are able to maintain their relative credit strength despite the slowdown in population growth will see forward-looking policies and behavioural changes stimulate higher participation in the workforce and productivity expansion, says Moody’s Investors Service.
SINGAPORE: Sovereign credit trends should remain stable in most Asia-Pacific economies over the next one to two years, according to S&P Global Ratings.