ASEAN marks its 50th anniversary with its biggest economies pledging to double infrastructure investments to more than US$700 billion in a five-year span that could enhance trade, tourism and development to drive sustainable economic growth for decades to come.
Transport initiatives are a key focus for budgeted spending in the 10 member economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) out to 2020. Such investments are vital given infrastructure’s crucial role in creating long-term economic strength, according to the annual World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report.
LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional online network, today announced the availability of LinkedIn Lite in more than 60 countries globally, including Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia in Southeast Asia, after it first launched in India.
The lighter version of LinkedIn focuses on speed and simplicity to provide greater access to opportunities for more professionals and students in the world, helping them to stay informed, get ahead in their careers, and be more productive.
Siemens is interested in making its bid for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project that it believes will be the new driver of growth connecting the 2 countries and bring about huge development potential by effecting change in the landscape of travel.
As a global powerhouse in the electrification value chain and technology leader in automation and digitalization, Siemens is seeking the best and most capable local as well as international partners for this important project to be well-prepared for the upcoming tender end of this year.