Malaysia on the road to infrastructure boom

Malaysia on the road to infrastructure boom

The country is attempting to boost its economy with bold spending on roads, bridges and other transport links.
Asia ex-Japan borrowers have raised a record-breaking amount of euro-denominated bonds this year, with volumes touching $10.8 billion.
It is unusual to meet a Chinese-born individual who has taken Japanese nationality. Artist Ando Shokei is one.
In a rising interest rate environment the appeal of investing in longer duration bonds declines but this isn't the case for 2015.
John Tivey, partner at White & Case, talks to FinanceAsia about his outlook for mining and metals M&A in 2015.
Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties completes the world’s largest real estate sector IPO on record.

POLLS

Which sector will be most active for Asian M&A in 2015?




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TMT - Chinese internet giants will keep buying
  44%
 
Natural resources -­ National oil companies will see value in assets as oil prices remain weak
  18%
 
FIG -­ Local banks to continue regional expansion and consolidation domestically
  22%
 
Consumer and retail - Companies will want a piece of rising consumption in Asia
  17%
TOTAL VOTES: 78

 

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