Malaysia is one of ASEAN’s most mature economies and presents a variety of investment opportunities for those seeking to enter Southeast Asia. Learn how to set up and operate in Labuan, Malaysia, with expert insight on incorporation, registration, and other aspects of the Labuan Companies Act of 1990.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief we discuss bankruptcy adjustments in Singapore, highlight increasing tax enforcement in Cambodia, and analyze the impact of money laundering legislation in the Philippines
Myanmar is one of ASEAN ‘s most exciting frontier markets. Learn how to tap into opportunities with our step-by-step guides on the establishment of foreign branch offices and private limited companies.
Singapore’s market and legal infrastructure have come to instill great confidence in investors on a variety of fronts. In this article, we provide insights on trademark protection within the city-state, as well as expert guidance from the South-east-asia SME helpdesk on trademark registration procedures.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief we highlight DTA upgrades between Singapore and Russia, discuss GST updates in Malaysia and a new customs law in the Philippines, and analyze a newly passed e-commerce regulation in Indonesia.
Cambodia is one of the most promising long term growth opportunities within the ASEAN region. In this guide we provide step by step instructions on how to set up representative offices and wholly foreign owned enterprises in the Southeast Asian nation.
An Introduction to Doing Business in Singapore 2016, out now and available for complimentary download, provides readers with an overview of the fundamentals of investing and conducting business in Singapore and its role as a trading hub within ASEAN.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief we highlight the passage of Indonesia’s tax amnesty law, discuss the importance of new telecom regulations in Thailand, and analyze changes to import licensing guidelines in Myanmar
International arbitration centers have become the preferred location for the resolution of corporate dispute resolution in ASEAN. Learn which centers offer the best conditions for the resolution of conflict and understand how to tap into these advantages.
Rapidly emerging as a high skilled production hub, Malaysia’s treatment of foreign investment makes it a valuable entry point to ASEAN as a whole. The following article outlines initial steps required to set up Representative Offices and Private Limited Companies (Pte Ltd) within the country.