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Louise Jardin

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Louise Jardin has been in Asia for twelve years and written for a series of journals and newspapers including the Japan Times in Tokyo, CFO Asia and a number of financial journals across Asia. She now lives in Hong Kong.

Rupiah Drop to ’98 Low

The last time the Indonesian rupiah was this weak in 1998, governments across Asia were seeking international bailouts to pay off foreign creditors. Now...

Our capital market also needs to be in line with other jurisdictions

IN any discussion about the capital markets and their viability as instruments of value accretion, investors need always be cognisant of their ability to...

Indonesia may grow as fast as China

Indonesia – the next economic powerhouse I WAS in Singapore on July 17, meeting up with some fund manager friends when news broke about the...

Using Rate Cuts for Growth

Indonesia’s central bank isn’t in a position to use interest rates to spur growth as cutting them would hurt the currency, Senior Deputy Governor...

EPF has to diversify abroad to obtain better returns

WHEN news broke that the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) was partnering Khazanah Nasional Bhd in the RM23bil takeover of PLUS Expressways Bhd, the deal...

Where to look for returns in 2015: What will happen to stock markets?

What will happen to stock markets in 2015? Will it be a repeat of 2014, which started with hopes of the Footsie climbing above...

Traffic Curse May Ease as Indonesia Outlook Brightens: Economy

Indonesia’s plan for guidelines on acquiring land for infrastructure projects and a boost to the nation’s credit rating augur improved prospects for investment in...

Asian model of governance

I AGREE with Singapore Exchange chief executive Hsieh Fu Hua that the Anglo-Saxon model of corporate governance may not be fully suitable for Singapore...

Southeast Asian Stocks Crawl Back From Bear Market as Funds Buy

Southeast Asian stocks are bouncing back from a bear market, outpacing global indexes as foreign investors pour in amid recovering economies.  The MSCI South East...

South East Asia economic woes test reserves

Southeast Asia has spent the best past of two decades shoring defenses against a repeat of the Asian financial crisis, including building up record...

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