The Japan International Cooperation Agency signed a loan agreement with the government of Myanmar to provide 42.7 billion yen to support SMEs and infrastructure.
In early November, South Africa, Thailand, and Cuba became signatories to ASEAN’s Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (TAC).
The Asia Briefing Weekly Round Up, designed to help our ASEAN readers stay up to date with developments elsewhere in Asia.
Businesses planning their 2021 investment budgets should see ASEAN as having the best growth potential for the medium and long-term.
There are several Belt & Road projects in ASEAN that provides ample opportunities for foreign investors.
Singapore’s investor-friendly tax and legal regimes make the country an ideal destination to establish a financial treasury center.
As a middle-income country in ASEAN, Malaysia is an attractive location for expatriate workers, as such understanding the employment permit regime is key.
Vietnam’s government has allowed selected international visitors to enter the country provided they meet the necessary requirements.
The first protocol to amend the ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP) between Japan and five members of ASEAN, came into effect.
China has reduced tariffs for imported products from Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar under its Preferential Tariff Program.