Read our latest article to know more about the US Asia Reassurance Initiative Act and what it means for ASEAN.
ASEAN Market Watch: Philippines FTA with EFTA States, Myanmar Retail Sector, and Google-Indonesia Tax Settlement
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.
In this article, we examine the implications of Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections for the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Free Trade in the ASEAN region.
In its most recent investment report for 2016, ASEAN has focused heavily on the intertwined issues of mergers and acquisitions (M&As). Learn which parties are at the forefront of these acquisitions and where opportunities lie in the near to medium term.
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.
Earlier this month, 12 countries in the Asia Pacific region signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that compromises the biggest trade agreement in history – but the benefits to ASEAN members will not be uniform.
Connecticut – known for its financial services and high end manufacturing – is rapidly emerging as an important trading partner for the ASEAN region. Trade flows have grown quickly in recent years, a trend which will increase under TPP.
Pennsylvania is an important economic player within the US and the world. The state’s service industry and hi-tech manufacturers stand to benefit from the TPP and look to ASEAN as an increasingly important trade partner.
Ohio is a major state economy in the US thanks to the trade relationships Ohio-based companies have with other countries. ASEAN in particular has been a key trade partner with future potential for growing trade links under the TPP.
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) has released new information on its website relating to compliance with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).