In this article, we highlight key findings concerning Singapore, showcasing the impact of the RCEP on its inbound investments.
Indonesia and Singapore signed three landmark treaties covering defense, airspace boundaries management, and extradition.
The Philippines has approved the final amendments to the Retail Trade Liberalization Act, which aims to ease foreign investments in the retail sector.
Indonesia’s new capital needs major investment for its development, which presents ample opportunities for foreign businesses.
The longer the US stands on the sidelines concerning trade with Asia, the more American businesses face competitive disadvantages on their exports.
The Market Readiness Assistance grant and Double Tax Deduction Scheme for Internationalization assist Singaporean businesses expand abroad.
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As Vietnam moves to become a high-tech manufacturer, the RCEP can help local firms increase exports and attract high-quality goods for its consumers.
Singapore presents continued opportunities for US businesses, particularly those eyeing expansion into ASEAN.
The Supply Chain 4.0 Initiative aims to integrate more technology to assist SMEs in the face of future disruptions to supply chains.