Vietnam is one of the top destinations for foreign investment in Southeast Asia, in particular, for ‘China plus one’ investors.
An Introduction to Doing Business in ASEAN 2021, the latest publication from Dezan Shira & Associates is available to download.
There are several Belt & Road projects in ASEAN that provides ample opportunities for foreign investors.
Vietnam has emerged as an ideal alternative manufacturing destination to China for US businesses, in part due to the US-China trade war and disrupted supply chains due to the coronavirus pandemic.
China and Cambodia signed a free trade agreement (FTA) between the two countries on October 5, 2020.
International businesses planning their 2021 investment budgets should see Indonesia as ASEAN’s best growth potential in the long-term.
The latest EU-ASEAN Business Sentiment Survey (EABSS) has been published by the EU-ASEAN Business Council (EU-ABC).
Cambodia’s government issued its sixth round of incentives on September 30, 2020, to support the economy and the private sector.
Indonesia’s robust economic growth, sound fiscal policies, and political reforms have long made the country an attractive investment destination for US investors.
Indonesia and the United States have enjoyed bilateral relations that stretch from 1949, with annual total trade valued at US$30 billion.