Taxes in Thailand are governed by the Revenue Code, which follows the concept of a self-assessment system.
Indonesia has made the development of its special economic zones a priority policy with the aim of attracting over US$50 billion in foreign investment over the next decade.
The Philippines has fully opened its renewable energy sector to foreign ownership.
Malaysia implements a territorial tax system with residents and non-residents taxed on their Malaysian source income.
Singapore signed a digital trade agreement with South Korea in November 2022 under the Korea-Singapore Digital Partnership Agreement (KSDPA).
The Philippines imposes a territorial tax system, meaning only Philippine-sourced income is subject to taxes.
The Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) calls for renewable energy to comprise 34 percent of Indonesia’s power generation by 2030.