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An Aging Asia Creates Challenges for Its Leadership

For most of history all populations in the world grew with more children compared to the adult populations. Now Asia is facing a crisis because of the presence of less children and a higher percentage of adults. Representatives across the region gathered June 12-13 in Mongolia to discuss the issue.

CellOS Wins Data Analytics Contract with AIS Thailand

CellOS Software, a big data analytics company with principal offices in Melbourne, Australia, Singapore, and India, has landed a contract with AIS Thailand for Analytics of Revenue Assurance and Revenue Management.

JustCo Opens First Co-Working Space in Thailand

Singapore-based JustCo, a major Southeast Asian provider of creative co-working spaces, just opened its first JustCo co-working space in Thailand, Bangkok's CBD, at AIA Sathron Tower. Its partner in this venture is Sansiri.

Grab Acquires Uber in Southeast Asia

Grab, a Singapore-based technology company that offers ride-hailing and logistics services has acquired Uber's Southeast Asia operations to integrate Uber's ridesharing and food delivery business in the region into Grab's existing multi-modal transportation and fintech platform.

AsiaBizNews's 3-Month Rolling Trade Show Event calendar

In our current 3-month rolling calendar of a sampling of Asia’s best trade shows, we feature exhibitions on the Metal and Steel industry, Sporting Goods, Livestock, Dairy and Meat Processing, Building and Decoration, Solar Energy opportunities in the Middle East, Asian Telecommunications, the Health Industry, Mining, Design and Construction Materials, Cloud Computing, Power and Energy opportunities in a fast-growing southeast Asian economy, and two Green Building Expos.

APEC To Accept Nominations For The 2018 ASPIRE Prize

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) announced that it has started accepting nominations for the 2018 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education, or ASPIRE Prize, under the theme Smart Technologies for Healthy Societies.

Internet Freedom Dying Fast in Southeast Asia

Blocking of individual websites, forced real-name registration of individuals operating on social media platforms, and outright censorship are doing substantial damage to internet freedom in Southeast Asia.

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