Southeast Asia takes reinvention seriously

While automation at Teluk Lamong was implemented successfully there have been operational issues. Credit: Hernawan Widhi/KARURU ZABUR ANTARA NEWS 4 TTL.  CC2.0

Southeast Asia, once considered a pool of low-cost labour, is attempting to ditch its old labels and loosen the grip of some established institutions, writes Stevie Knight

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