In this week’s Regulatory Brief, we discuss the hefty fines for building violations in Myanmar, new air cargo subsidies in Indonesia, and tightened quality inspection measures for the food, beverage, and drug sectors in Laos.
While Laos is still one of the poorest members in ASEAN, the country has posted strong growth rates for the past ten years, typically oscillating between seven and eight percent. Here, we outline opportunities for FDI in this emerging economy.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we look at new transfer pricing documentation requirements in Indonesia, growing cooperation between Singapore and Laos, and Thailand 4.0 strategies for state-owned enterprises.
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 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 week’s ASEAN Market Watch we discuss increasing Chinese tourism in Malaysia, highlight plans for expansion of Thailand’s railway net work, and analyze economic growth forecasts for Laos.
In this week’s ASEAN Market Watch discuss tourism in Thailand, highlight Increasing telecoms investment in Myanmar, and analyze the impact of a roadway link between China and Laos
In this edition of ASEAN Market Watch we assess the impact of Malaysia’s FTA plans with Hong Kong and the RCEP, analyze the state of Auto production in Brunei, and highlight opening opportunities for aviation investment in Laos.
For the past decade, Laos, one of the smaller economies in Southeast Asia has seen economic growth at a rapid rate of 7-8%. The country has been able to do this by taking advantage of its cheap labor, and implementing an SEZ policy.
A bilateral border trade agreement between Laos and Vietnam was signed on June 27, 2015 in Vietnam’s Nghe An Province.