The third part in our comprehensive look at how doing business in ASEAN compares with China, this time focusing on Laos.
Oct. 17 – Laos is currently suffering from a shortage of skilled labor and, as a result, the Laotian Ministry of Labor has announced that the country needs to bring in at least 70,000 more foreign workers to support its current workforce. Laos has already brought in 20,000 foreign workers as of late, but it has[…..]
Sep. 3 – At the end of August a Thai contractor, Sermsaguan Construction Company Ltd., began construction on facilities at Laos’ Thanalaeng station. This station is the start of a railway linking Laos’capital city Vientiane with Thailand’s Nong Khai province. This is just one of many upcoming rail projects for Laos. The first phase of[…..]
By Alex Tangkilisan Feb. 27 – In the third part of our ASEAN-India Free Trade Area analysis, we will examine trade trends and statistics from India to Cambodia, Brunei, Laos and the Philippines. While the Philippines is part of the ASEAN six majors, Cambodia, Brunei and Laos are the three smallest economies in the region.[…..]
We will be operating this article as a running live update service to keep businesses in the ASEAN region informed with regards to the coronavirus.
US businesses can access the RCEP free trade agreement through its existing agreements with partners in the region.
In this article, we explore the new trends and rivers of Russian overseas direct investments (ODI) into Southeast Asia and ASEAN.
Vietnam is eager to encourage more Singapore investments into Da Nang city, as the city aims to be a socio-economic center in Southeast Asia.
Each ASEAN country presents its own unique investment opportunities to Russian businesses, ranging from exports of military hardware to wheat to high-tech manufacturing.
Due to the pandemic, many ASEAN members did not raise their minimum wages or did not raise them significantly.