ASEAN’s real estate market has become one of the region’s most promising investment opportunities as increased growth and supporting demographics facilitate demand. Learn more about three of the region’s most promising opportunities for investment.
Read and download expert analysis from Cascade Asia Advisors’ latest publication, Manufacturing in Indonesia: new options, opportunities and challenges.
ASEAN’s sharing economy is growing rapidly and offers a multitude of opportunities for foreign investment. However, as many related services are the first of their kind, regulators within the region have been hard pressed to find the correct regulatory balance.
As the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia is among one of the largest producers of aquaculture. In 2001, national aquaculture output ranked fourth globally and has since increased its export value to US $4 billion. Read more for an in depth look at investment opportunities and ways to optimize market entry.
Spurred on by domestic demand, the Philippine economy is performing best out of the ASEAN-5, according to the IMF’s latest Regional Economic Outlook (REO). Find out how the BPO industry is a part of this trend and will continue to fuel growth into the years to come.
As ASEAN pursues greater regional integration and the development of a single economic bloc, advancements in the region’s aviation industry are essential to boost economic connectivity and tourism.
Singapore’s involvement in the medical devices industry has grown rapidly pushing the city state to become one of the top medical tech hubs in Asia. Learn how opportunities within the industry can be exploited and its challenges overcome.
With its warm climate, arable conditions, and growing consumer base, the ASEAN region is an important contributor to global tea production and trade.
Biogas is becoming an increasingly popular option for generating clean, renewable energy and promoting rural development in Cambodia and Vietnam.
Last month ASEAN member states met in Kuala Lumpur for the 33rd ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting and agreed to look to renewable energies as a way to solve lack of electricity in some of their communities.