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Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.21) – San Miguel Corporation (Philippines): One of the largest and most diversified corporations in the Philippines

The history of the group dates back to 1890, when the company was founded as La Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel, as Southeast...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.20) – Telkom (Indonesia): The largest telecommunication service provider in terms of subscriber count in Indonesia

Telkom is one of the world's oldest telecommunication companies. The company can be traced back to the establishment of the first electromagnetic telegraph service in Indonesia...

Doctor Anywhere (Singapore): The fastest growing healthcare company in Southeast Asia in 2023

The Doctor Anywhere app, the company's core product, is currently one of the most loved and used medical apps in Singapore. Currently present in 5...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.19) – Green Spot (Thailand): The company launched the first ready-to-drink soy milk brand in Thailand

The first factory was located on Lan Luang Road to produce non-carbonated orange juice. It was distributed under the brand name "Green Spot". Then...

Rex International Holding (Singapore): The fastest growing energy and utilities company in Southeast Asia in 2023

The company owns Rex Virtual Drilling, which is developed by its Swedish founders. Rex Virtual Drilling is a liquid hydrocarbon indicator that studies resonance information in seismic data, using unique algorithms...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.18) – National Book Store (Philippines): The largest chain of bookstores in the Philippines

The history of the National Book Store can be traced back to the 1930s. However, the company has been formally established in 1942. Before the Japanese...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.17) – Boustead Holdings Berhad (Malaysia): The nearly 200-year-old “giant” of Malaysian industry

BHB was founded in 1828 as Boustead & Co in Singapore by Edward Boustead, an English businessman, shortly after Sir Stamford Raffles established the British Settlement in 1819. Its core...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.16) – Charoen Pokphand (Thailand): The world’s leading poultry meat company

The company's operations span eight sectors, in which the Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF)'s food and agricultural products segment has grown the most, making it...

Jomrun (Malaysia): The leading running app in Southeast Asia

Jomrun's creator, Yi Hern Chang, was only 20 years old when he came up with the idea to build an app that rewards people...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.15) – Eastern Communications (Philippines): The first company to provide telegraph services in the Philippines

The company was founded in 1878 as the Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company which is a subsidiary of Britain's Cable and Wireless when it...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.14) – Électricité du Laos (Laos): The oldest electricity company still operating in Laos

ELD was established on December 18, 1961, with its head office located in Vientiane. In July 2010, the International Finance Corporation loaned Electricite du...

Top 50 historically businesses in Southeast Asia (P.13) – Manila Bulletin (Philippines): The Philippines’ largest English-language newspaper by circulation

Founded in 1900, it is the second oldest extant newspaper published in the Philippines and the second oldest extant English newspaper in the Far East. Manila Bulletin was...

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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,...