Issue 2

Assunta Hospital : The Heart and Art of Care

Assunta Hospital, a pioneering private healthcare provider in Malaysia and the first private hospital in the Klang Valley, is backed by a legacy of caring and dedicated healthcare delivery.

By Eddie Clinton Editorial Team

Pan Asia Logistics : Targeting Growth in Asia

Asia Outlook profiles Pan Asia Logistics, a preferred air and ocean freight forwarder and logistics partner for many top brands in the East Asian market.

By Editorial Team

Cardno BEC : Seeking Expansion into Asia

Asia is undergoing a period of unprecedented economic growth and this represents huge opportunity says Bruce Johnson, Area Manager/ Manager New Projects, Cardno BEC.

By Editorial Team

APECO : Power Success

APAC Outlook profiles Asia Projects Engineering Pte Ltd (APECO), a company primarily engaged in plant engineering work and maintenance.

By Editorial Team

Lian Beng Construction : Dare to Dream

It pays to dream big. And dream big is what Lian Beng Construction has done. Within the first four months of 2013, it has secured six construction projects worth about S$750 million.

By Editorial Team

McDonald’s Thailand : They’re Loving It

APAC Outlook talks to Hester Chew, Chairman of Executive Committee and CEO of McThai, the sole McDonald’s franchisee in Thailand.

By Editorial Team

Telenor and Ooredoo win Myanmar telecoms licences

Telenor Mobile Communications of Norway and Qatar Telecom, which has changed its name to Ooredoo, have been awarded telecommunications licences by the Telecommunications Operator Tender Evaluation and Selection Committee.

By Editorial Team

Ping An buys Lloyd’s building in London

A German Closed End Fund has confirmed the sale of The Lloyds Building in London to Ping An for £260 million.

By Editorial Team

Manchester United arrive in Bangkok for Asia Tour

English Premier League champions Manchester United have landed in Bangkok ahead of a tour that will take in five cities in four countries.

By Editorial Team

Chinese Authorities Accuse (GlaxoSmithKline) GSK of Using Bribery to Boost Sales

British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline is under investigation by Chinese authorities for alleged bribery and price fixing.

By Editorial Team

Samsung posts record Q2 profit

South Korea’s Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest technology firm by revenue, has posted another record quarterly net profit.

By Editorial Team

Rio Tinto sells Northparkes stake to Chinese firm

China Molybednum has agreed a deal to buy 80 percent stake in Northparkes copper and gold mine in Australia owned by Rio Tinto for $820 million.

By Editorial Team