The Moral Aspect
Twelve years after its financial crisis in the late ‘90s, Southeast Asia is back on its feet and is looking to make up for lost ground. To the east, India is flexing its economic muscle for its ASEAN neighbours to take note. To the north, far-flung China, a historical player in Asia and in the world, flaunts its re-entry onto the
global stage with Olympic fanfare. In the region itself, the city state of Singapore maintains its status among the developed countries. Indonesia and Vietnam are rapidly moving up the development ladder, while Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam are holding their own.