Asia - The Statesman


Lighter pockets

This can be attributed to economic uncertainties, changing investment landscapes and the pandemic’s lingering effects. The report suggests that the region’s recent decline deviates from its usual upward trajectory.

Six new land excursions

Norwegian Cruise Line, the innovator in global cruise travel, has unveiled six new immersive shore excursion categories to help guests…

Asia anew

When US President Joe Biden hosts Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol at Camp David…

Consumer calculus

Anew world is on the anvil with five billion consumers projected to be part of the global population by 2031. As long as there is no massive economic shock to the world, black swan events included, the world will add another billion consumers in just the next eight years ~ in the shortest time ever recorded. Asia is projected to contribute 81 per cent of the new consumers in 2024, with India and China accounting for over half the increase.