Category Archive: Indonesien

Japan Heads For Cheaper Off-Shore Labor in SouthEast Asia.

Total Abenomics Fail Slams Japan Where It Hurts Most. By Wolf Richter  –  Testosterone Pit. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, was formed by merger in 2012 and that instant became… Continue reading

Traditional costumes Southeast Asian countries.

Below are the traditional dresses of the ten countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). See all costumes >>

Starting a business in Cambodia gets even more difficult.

Cambodia is ranked 184 out of 189 countries for starting a new business in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2014 report. The report ranks countries in 10 categories, including starting a business, dealing with construction… Continue reading

Asean agrees on South China Sea

Southeast Asian foreign ministers on Wednesday agreed to a code of conduct for the South China Sea, where territorial disputes have raised tensions with Beijing. Of the 10 nations in the Association of… Continue reading

Asean plans 2034 World Cup bid.

The FIFA World Cup could be coming to Cambodia – although football fans may have to wait two decades to see the planet’s best players compete on Khmer soil. Cambodia could be part of an ASEAN… Continue reading

Space Image Of Paluweh Volcano Spewing Ash.

An ash plume drifts from Paluweh volcano in Indonesia in this image, taken April 29, 2013 from the Landsat Data Continuity Mission’s Operational Land Imager instrument. Read more: Related articles: Volcanic Lava… Continue reading

Thailand: Increase of Eastern European Tourists.

Thailand sees influx of visitors from Eastern Europe. But not every one is happy, especially in Phuket. Over 1.6 million Eastern European tourists landed in Thailand in 2012, 82 per cent from Russia, according to a… Continue reading

Indonesia – Once more protectionist policy back-firing.

Indonesia’s garlic shortage explained. The Indonesian government’s limitations on an extensive list of imported fruit and vegetables were purportedly designed to allow for better checks of food quality. But officials have admitted that the main… Continue reading

China, Indonesia, Thailand – Top on Cyber Crime.

The Security Threat Report 2013 ranked Norway, Sweden and Japan as the safest countries to use the internet, all with infection and attack rates under three percent. Southeast Asia is the world’s most dangerous… Continue reading

Asia’s Slaves.

A trade agreement allows Indonesian to come to Malaysia to work. The agreement states that Malaysian employers can hold the workers’ passports so they can’t leave. The women are promised jobs as maids… Continue reading