Malaysia’s economic corridors offer foreign businesses ample opportunities to invest in sectors that have transformed the country into a leading economic power in Southeast Asia.
The ASEAN and the GCC stand out for their unique contributions and growing interdependence in trade and investment.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) will begin mandating more industries to submit environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reports for the 2024 financial year.
We recap key economic indicators from Singapore in 2023, including trends and opportunities for the city-state.
Singapore has signed a free trade agreement with the MERCOSUR trade bloc as the country seeks to expand its trade network in Latin America.
Indonesia received total investments (foreign and domestic) of approximately US$67 billion for the period between January to September 2023.
Malaysia’s capital, Greater Kuala Lumpur, offers investors a vibrant business center, competitive costs, and robust technology ecosystem.
Malaysia’s 2024 budget brings forth structural alterations that will notably impact businesses and individuals.
Thailand’s central bank and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority launched a new cross-border QR payment links.
Malaysia’s Economic Corridors: A Guide for Foreign Investors – Latest Issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine
In this ASEAN Briefing issue, we outline Malaysia’s economic corridors, delve into investor incentives, and highlight promising sectors for investment within these corridors.