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Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.31) – Mamee-Double Decker (Malaysia): Southeast Asia’s most unique bakery and beverage company

The company exports to about 100 countries, which is very popular in regions such as Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, South Thailand and Australia. Mamee’s story began...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.30) – Ayala Corporation (Philippines): The oldest and largest corporation covering many economic sectors in the Philippines

The company has a portfolio of diverse business interests, including investments in retail, education, real estate, banking, telecommunications, water infrastructure, renewable energy, electronics, information...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.29) – Fraser and Neave (Singapore): The consumer group that owns the leading sports drink brand in...

The company's history dates back to 1883, when Scotsmen founders John Fraser and David Chalmers Neave founded the Singapore and Straits Aerated Water Company,...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.28) – Hua Ho Department Store (Brunei): The oldest company in Brunei

Hua Ho's history is fraught with hardship, starting when the man Lau Ah Kok left Taiwan to avoid the devastation of World War II...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.27) – Wings Surya (Indonesia): One of Indonesia’s leading consumer goods companies

Wings produces products including toilet soap, powder and detergent bars, floorcleaners, fabric softeners, and sanitary napkins for markets throughout Indonesia and beyond. The company's history dates back to 1948, when Johannes Ferdinand Katuari (Oen Jong...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.26) – Meralco (Philippines): The electricity distribution company serving Filipinos for more than 100 years

It is Metro Manila's only electric power distributor and holds the power distribution franchise for 38 cities and 73 municipalities, including the whole of the...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.25)- Brunei LNG (Brunei): The largest and oldest LNG producer in Southeast Asia

Following the discovery of the South West Ampa gas field off the Brunei Coast in 1963, the company was officially established in December 1969...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.24) – MPH Group (Malaysia): Malaysia’s largest bookstore chain

Captain W.G. Shellabear is recognized as the founder of MPH. In 1890, he established the Amelia Bishop Press in Singapore, publishing Christian literature. The company eventually began publishing secular works as...

Carro (Singapore): The leading car support company in Southeast Asia

Carro provides a range of services across the entire car ownership ecosystem. These include in-house car financing solutions, innovative car insurance products, flexible car ownership experience...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.22) – Siam Cement Group (Thailand): The largest and oldest cement company in Southeast Asia

SCG was established in 1913 by royal decree of King Rama VI to produce cement, the main building material for infrastructure projects which greatly...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.22) – Popular Holdings (Singapore): The book publishing and distribution company with 100 years of serving the...

Popular's history began in 1924 when Mr. Chou Sing Chu left China and came to Singapore to settle down. He founded the Cheng Hing...

StashAway (Singapore): The financial company with the highest growth rate in Southeast Asia in 2023

StashAway was founded on the belief that redefining wealth management is more than just creating a modern app and user experience; it's about making...

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East-West Economic Corridor: A route of economy and friendship

EWEC is particularly important in expanding trade with regional and international countries. When connected, EWEC is expected to create conditions to further strengthen economic...

First Luxury Hotel Fitted Out With Old Buses In Southeast Asia Has Arrived

The Bus Collective, located near the picturesque Changi Village, transforms 20 retired public buses into luxury hotel rooms, offering guests a unique seaside experience. This...

Kereta Cepat Jakarta-bndung (KCJB) – The high-speed train in Southeast Asia

KCJB also made history as the fastest train in Indonesia. The speed of ordinary trains in Indonesia is limited to 120 KM/h, but the...

Indonesia’s Golden Visa: Attracting Foreign Investors with Exclusive Opportunities

According to the Director General of Immigration, Silmy Karim, the golden visa will grant holders a five to ten-year residence permit. In his statement,...