Prime Minister Najib Razab has recently released the eleventh development plan of Malaysia on May 21, 2015, with a focus on developing human capital of Malaysians.
With its strong economy and low unemployment rate (just 1.8 percent in Q1 2015), Singapore is an attractive destination for internships, but hiring companies will have to be fully versed in the jurisdiction’s idiosyncratic regulatory framework. In this article, we detail the main ways corporations in Singapore can lawfully take on trainees and students.
Singapore’s government announced in its recent 2015 Budget that the Wage Credit Scheme measure would be prolonged until year of assessment (YA) 2017. In this article, we take an in-depth look at the scheme’s structure.
Corporate governance among some of ASEAN’s top public companies improved significantly last year, according to a report released last week.
A joint report from the UN World Tourism Organization and World Travel & Tourism Council suggests that facilitating ASEAN visa procedures could attract between 6 and 10 million additional international tourist arrivals by 2016.
Foreigners looking to work in Thailand need to apply for both a visa and work permit. The non-immigrant “B” visa is the appropriate visa for anyone looking to conduct business or investment activity within Thailand. There are three “B” visa options based on duration of stay.
The Philippines’ Bureau of Immigration is responsible for processing and issuing visa requests in the country. For foreigners seeking employment in the Philippines, there are eligible non-immigrant visa types for short-term business, pre-arranged employment and for foreign treaty traders or foreign investors.
Oct. 24 – Malaysia has a flexible visa policy that allows a majority of countries to enter without a visa for business trips that do not last longer than 90 days, including foreign nationals from the United States, France, Australia, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Nonetheless, it is important to check ahead of time[…..]
Oct. 9 – In a move to strengthen relations between the two ASEAN countries of Myanmar and Vietnam, starting October 26, 2013, Vietnamese passport holders will no longer have to obtain a visa in order to visit Myanmar for short term stays of up to 14 days. The visa exemption agreement, which was enacted to[…..]
Indonesia, currently hosting the annual APEC CEO Summit, will relax its tourist visa application process in a move that should help increase the numbers of travelers visiting the country.