Cambodia’s Minister of Finance and Economy issued a new regulation that sets out the criteria for certain businesses to be independently audited.
Indonesia’s government made significant amendments to the country’s Mining Law as it aims to attract more downstream investment into the sector.
In this issue of the ASEAN Briefing magazine, we examine new investment opportunities in ASEAN after COVID-19.
Indonesia issues new criteria for businesses to receive licenses for the distribution of cosmetic products.
On July 10, 2020, Singapore held its general election amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and opposition parties gained historic grounds for the first time.
Thailand began allowing selected international arrivals from July 1, 2020, as the country began easing its lockdown measures.
Indonesia’s Director-General of Tax has determined the criteria for which foreign digital service providers can collect VAT.
The Thai government has issued stimulus packages worth 22.4 billion baht (US$718 million) to revitalize the country’s tourism industry.
Cambodia’s government has issued a variety of new measures to assist businesses impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
ASEAN Briefing explains the incentives issued by Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) for manufacturers of medical equipment in the country.