In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we examine updated labor contractualization regulations in the Philippines, look at Cambodia’s new customs seal, and discuss employer obligations for foreign worker levies in Malaysia.
The time and costs involved in importing and exporting in Thailand are significantly lower than in most Asia Pacific countries, as the government continues the streamlining of customs procedures. This article offers a step-by-step guide to ensure the successful movement of goods into and out of Thailand.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief we discuss Cambodia’s new tax regulations for multi-activity businesses, analyze foreign currency lending in Laos, and highlight recent developments in Philippines-Cambodia bilateral relations.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief we discuss Singapore’s financial information sharing agreements, analyze Philippine automobile tax hikes, and highlight Indonesia’s upcoming chemical regulations
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we highlight Philippines’ Disaster Insurance Cover proposals, upcoming amendments to Cambodia’s tax regime, and details of the recently concluded Singapore-Laos Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement.
In this article, South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk discusses the strategies European SMEs looking to enter markets in Southeast Asia should adopt to mitigate the risks of infringements of their intellectual property when transferring technology to local partners.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we highlight Singapore’s GST audits, rules on dormant deposits in the Philippines and Malaysia’s bilateral relations with China.
The Myanmar Investment Commission recently announced that the country’s new Investment Law will come into force for the financial year starting April 2017. In this article, we identify the key components of the law and their implications for foreign investment in Myanmar.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we highlight the Singapore-India tax treaty, property prices for expatriates in Indonesia and Halal food certification in Malaysia.
Due largely to rapid economic growth, counterfeiting of Malaysian food products has increased dramatically in recent years. Intellectual property concerns such as trademarks, geographical indications, and trade secrets are important areas of Malaysian policy for foreign investors to fully understand.