Indonesia’s recent election and the presidency of Prabowo Subianto could mean a continuation of economic policies with a focus on growth, resource sector opportunities, and economic reforms.
Amid evolving dynamics in Asia’s supply chains, extensive discussions have unfolded regarding the notable shift of manufacturing operations to Southeast Asian countries.
Indonesia has signed a number of free trade agreements as an independent market as well as through its membership in ASEAN. These trade agreements provide businesses with improved market access for goods and services and investment opportunities.
While the UK was reducing its overall capital exposure to Malaysia, Malaysia has grown its investments in the UK substantially.
The ASEAN region will remain attractive to foreign direct investment with trends in commercial and state investment likely to remain consistent throughout the year.
Aeroflot plans to launch direct flights from Irkutsk to Bangkok beginning on January 18, 2023, the Russian national air carrier has said Flights will operate to the Thai capital twice per week on Wednesdays and Saturdays, respectively, using Boeing-737-800 aircraft. The flight time will be 6 hours 25 minutes. Russia’s S7 Airlines currently operates flights […]