Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has been meeting with ministers from the ASEAN bloc of countries in Singapore this past week in preparations for the ASEAN 2018 summit due to be held in November. Several plenary sessions were held, with China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi also in attendance. Neither Russia nor China is members of ASEAN,[…..]
ASEAN continues to be an important FDI destination for European investors. Read more about France’s investments in Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia in the concluding part of our two-part article on French FDI in ASEAN.
ASEAN continues to be an important FDI destination for European investors. Read more about France’s investments in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam in the first part of our two-part article on French FDI in ASEAN.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we highlight growth prospects for Malaysia’s trade with the EU, discuss Myanmar’s liberalization of its insurance sector, and analyze Indonesia’s continued efforts to tackle tax evasion.
In this week’s ASEAN Market Watch we analyze Philippines’ upcoming FTA with the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states, discuss growth prospects of Myanmar’s retail sector, and highlight Google’s tax settlement with Indonesia.
Brexit is now a reality. Learn how ASEAN’s Investment environment will be impacted by the UK’s Exit from the European Union with analysis on currency volatility, trade agreements, investment opportunities, and risk management strategy.
With the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) at the end of 2015, ASEAN achieved a significant milestone in the region’s growing political, economic, and cultural integration. Although ASEAN has clearly stated its goal to promote skilled labor mobility, current policies trail behind the EU and other regional initiatives.
Much like the European Union, the ASEAN Economic Community is founded on several unchanging pillars. In the following article we outline the similarities and differences between the regional blocs and highlight ways to make the most of accelerating integration in South East Asia.
This first installment of a two part article series will examine Germany’s trade with the dynamic ASEAN region, a relationship which is of increasing importance in recent years.
The European Union has imposed a 48.5 percent duty on Cambodian bicycle exports to put the brakes on Cambodia flooding the market with Chinese-sourced models dumped in the single market at below cost price.