By Tim Culpan
Go-Jek’s entry offers Grab a chance to rethink its approach. It should hold fast on incentives and price both supply and demand according to sound economic principles that ensure some profit for everyone, including itself.
Indonesia’s Supreme Court has sentenced a teacher, Baiq Nuril Maknun, to six months’ imprisonment and a fine on charges of ‘violating decency’.
China’s stock market isn’t easy pickings for foreigners, and regulators increasingly are asking brokerages to avoid issuing negative reports.
As other unicorns in the region mull a potential listing, it is time to look at how Sea and Razer have performed in the public markets.
The proposed cyber security law, if approved next year without amendments, will require internet companies like Google and Facebook to open offices and store users’ data in the country.
In addition to an evolution of its public credit markets, Asia needs “alternative” credit solutions to capture economic growth, notes Värde Partners partner and co-CIO Ilfryn Carstairs.
In July, Walmart received a complaint from a former Flipkart employee against Binny Bansal alleging sexual misconduct.
The figure that grabs all the headlines is gross merchandise value (GMV), which is the world’s most useless financial metric. An examination of the correlation between GMV and revenue shows that there isn’t one.
Freischlad writes about blockchain, what’s new in Indonesia this week and her recommended reads.
The fragmented market has more than 40 payment companies but there is still no clear winner in sight.