Brunei Darussalam

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As the world’s only Malay Islamic Monarchy, Brunei Darussalam is in a unique position to promote a sharia-compliant Islamic heritage tourism product attractive to observant Muslim families and others. Such a promotion would be a favourable strategy in the country’s efforts to expand its tourism sector and diversify the economy. Spending on...

 

With construction of Temburong Bridge expected to be completed by the end of 2019, the Temburong District is readying itself for its first physical link to the rest of Brunei Darussalam. When operational, the bridge is expected to bring to an end the long-standing transport and bureaucratic hindrances that made travel to the district difficult...

 

With recent official forecasts of the Sultanate’s aquaculture sector turning into a BN$2bn ($1.4bn) industry, even as Brunei Darussalam continues to be one of South-east Asia’s top consumers of fish, the marine food sector looks set for major expansion in the years ahead. Aquaculture in particular dovetails with the Sultanate’s wider plans to...

 

In 2007-08, South-east Asia was hit by an unprecedented shortage of staple food products. A number of factors have been blamed for the disaster, including droughts, a surge in costs, low stockpiles, increasing demand from growing middle-class populations and speculation over commodity prices. In response, the governments of many countries in...

 

How do you see the primary resources and tourism sectors playing a major role in the development and growth of the country’s economy?

 

A number of large-scale construction projects are currently being rolled out in Brunei Darussalam that look set to make a significant contribution to the national economy, greatly facilitating the Sultanate’s connectivity and potentially leading to further substantial construction opportunities. In addition, several small-sized infrastructure...

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