As the Philippines’ economy continues to experience robust growth, Grapevine Asia Partners assesses the opportunities and risks for foreign investors in the country under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Indonesia has one of strongest economic fundamentals in the ASEAN region, stable governance and low political risk. Read more about Indonesia’s FDI trends and outlook for 2018 in our latest article.
With a population of over 261.1 million people, Indonesia represents a growing market for exporters and importers around the world. In this article we explain best practices for importing into and exporting out of Indonesia.
Following the withdrawal of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the 11 remaining signatories agreed to move ahead with a revised TPP. Read more in our latest article on the rechristened Comprehensive Progressive Agreement for the Tran-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
Landlocked Laos is among the poorest economies of the world. Yet, in terms of gross domestic product (GDP), the economy continues to soar. Read more about Laos’s latest FDI trends and outlook for 2018 in our latest article.
Last month, Thailand passed the Eastern Economic Corridor Act as a law – rolling out a series of measures to spur foreign investment in the Thai economy. In this article, we look at some of the advantages and benefits available to investors under the new Act.
On February 19, Singapore’s finance minister delivered the 2018 budget with a focus on helping businesses in Singapore prepare for future challenges and create new opportunities. In this article, we present key highlights from the budget with important implications for businesses.
Despite a decade of political instability and economic shocks, the Thai economy grew at a rate of 3.7 percent in 2017 and is expected to touch 4 percent in 2018. Read more about Thailand’s latest FDI trends and outlook for 2018 in our latest article.
Op/Ed by Dr. Robin Michael Garcia & Enkhzul Orgodol The Philippines had chaired the ASEAN four times since its inception with 2017 being its latest assumption, while Singapore had chaired three times before this year. The chairmanship of the ASEAN is based on a rotating basis with one year allocated for each chairman. With Singapore’s[…..]
Though relatively less developed than its neighboring countries, Cambodia presents huge opportunities for foreign investors. Read more about Cambodia’s latest FDI trends and outlook for 2018 in our latest article.