Business

The Yangon waste-to-energy facility will resemble this one in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.

Alternative to landfills

JFE unit to construct Myanmar's first waste-to-energy plant

TOKYO -- Myanmar is tapping JFE Engineering to build the nation's first-ever waste-to-energy plant as economic growth creates more garbage. The city of Yangon has awarded the JFE Holdings unit the roughly 2 billion yen ($16.5 million) contract, t...

Asean Business File

Total's new plant: Singapore becomes lubricant hub

SINGAPORE -- Total, the French oil and gas conglomerate, on Friday opened a lubricant oils...

Property

Asian investment: Chinese, Malaysians buying up Singapore properties

SINGAPORE -- More Chinese and Malaysians are buying Singapore properties due to economic a...