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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has said it plans to finance three major power projects -- two hydropower plants and a new Nepal-India cross-border transmission line -- in the next few years.
The shipbuilding industry has sought an incentive package from the government to make the country's shipyards competitive against those of Vietnam, India and China.
Myanmar KFC fans line up for hours for 1st taste
Fried chicken aficionados lined up for hours at Myanmar's first KFC restaurant Tuesday, as the U.S. restaurant chain became the latest big foreign brand to open an outlet in the long-cloistered nation.
Bangladesh unbanked poor hail 'revolutionary' service
For Rehana Akhter, rebuilding her life after losing her leg in Bangladesh's worst industrial disaster is an uphill battle, but her struggle is eased slightly by digital technology.
Water reveals two sides of Myanmar's economic boom
Every morning on his way to work in Yangon, builder Zaw Min Tun takes a swig of water at a Buddhist temple, a vital place to quench a thirst for the many ordinary citizens left behind by Myanmar's economic boom.
Indonesia's inflation accelerated in May to its highest level in five months due to increased food prices, data showed Monday, as people stocked up before the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
Human Rights Watch on Wednesday criticized the Bangladeshi government for failing to protect workers, saying not enough is being done to eliminate assault, intimidation and other abuses common in the garment industry.
Myanmar farmers dream of making Asia's rice bowl
Dressed in Chelsea soccer shorts and a wide-brimmed hat, Than Tun toils away in his paddy fiezld on the outskirts of Yangon, sweat pouring down his sinewy arms.
The president of energy-rich Turkmenistan said in comments broadcast Saturday that his energy dependent country has been hit hard by low oil prices and he urged the government to diversify the economy.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has projected Nepal's economy to grow between 4-5 percent this fiscal year based on the assumptions of two scenarios of agricultural, industrial and service sector growth. Likewise, inflation has been projected to remain between 7-8 percent.
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