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Khoo Hsien Chun speaks with Jahangir Aziz, Head of Emerging Asia Economics at JP Morgan, Singapore about some overall themes he's anticipating next year, whether China's growth is slowing, the countries with the sunniest outlooks, potential problems with inflation trends, turmoil in the Thai economy and his recommendations.
It was Black Friday two weeks ago and everyone is busy with Christmas shopping. This week we have two food companies, Five and Two Fine Foods and Craft Kitchen with us on a special Christmas preparation. Bacon Jams and Twist n Bake is the highlight for today’s show.
Continuing our coverage for anti-corruption day, The Evening Edition spoke to Alex Helan, Forests Campaigner for Global Witness at their London HQ regarding their fight against corruption.
The practice of measuring corruption and formulating policies in response to it fall largely within the domain of economists and political scientists, but would looking at the same problem through a different theoretical framework produce a more holistic solution? We ask Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. Syed Farid Alatas.
UMNO General Assembly dissected -- BFM's intrepid newsteam dives into the depths of the ruling party's inner workings after a week of fiery speeches and rambling debates, looking ahead to its plans for GE14.
We have a special report on the recent International New York Times Luxury Conference in Singapore that focused on the SEA luxury sector, featuring speakers such as Suzy Menkes, Bryanboy and Angelica Cheung. Maya Tan Abdullah rolls her eyes at Kanye West's latest deal with Adidas. Claudia Low focuses on the trend for gold.