We will be operating this article as a running live update service to keep businesses in the ASEAN region informed with regards to the coronavirus.
Thailand’s cabinet has approved its latest stimulus package, valued at US$4.5 billion, aimed at supporting the economy amid a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.
In this article, we explore the new trends and rivers of Russian overseas direct investments (ODI) into Southeast Asia and ASEAN.
Malaysia’s government has introduced its latest economic stimulus package — Pemerkasa Plus — as a response to the national lockdown measures.
Vietnam is eager to encourage more Singapore investments into Da Nang city, as the city aims to be a socio-economic center in Southeast Asia.
ASEAN’s e-commerce sector presents ample and scalable opportunities for Indian businesses looking to sell in this market.
Singapore has prepared S$800 million (US$604 million) worth of enhanced measures for individuals and businesses during the Phase 2 period.
The Philippines approved amendments to the Retail Trade Liberalization Act, in which the paid-up capital requirements for foreign retailers have been reduced.
Malaysia’s Central Bank has established a 1 billion ringgit (US$241 million) financing facility to support high-tech SMEs impacted by the pandemic.
Vietnam’s Decree 31 provides guidance on the sectors foreign investors are subject to market access restrictions.