The use of development zones has been an effective model to help both foreign investors and domestic companies meet in a relationship that provides mutual benefits. In this article we will provide a snapshot of the latest development zones across ASEAN.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis writes on the new Singapore-EAEU FTA, which is poised to provide a new, and significant, outlet for Russian investment into Asia. Read on to learn why.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines what ASEAN offers manufacturers in this op/ed. It is a lot more than just contract manufacturing opportunities.
The Thailand Plus stimulus package is designed to attract foreign investment and help companies affected by the US-China Trade War. Learn more here.
Cambodia is hoping to emulate Vietnam’s success in establishing a strong bilateral trade and investment relationship with Russia.
Singapore is a preeminent destination for setting up a regional headquarters to pursue business opportunities across ASEAN and Asia. Learn why here.
In August 2019, the amendments to the ASEAN-China FTA came into force, simplifying the rules for trade of goods, services, and investments in the ASEAN-China economic zone.
The Indonesian government announced plans to relocate its capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan. Read our analysis of what this could mean for businesses.
Singapore is scheduled to sign a free trade agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) in October 2019. Learn more about what this means for investors in this op/ed from Chris Devonshire-Ellis.
ASEAN member states called for improvements in the region’s Free Trade status with Russia. Nearly all members with the exception of Vietnam, which has a Free Trade Agreement with the Russia-inclusive Eurasian Economic Union, suffer from low bilateral trade volumes with Russia.