In this week’s ASEAN Market Watch we look at Malaysian alcohol regulations, analyze the impact of the Singapore-Cambodia double taxation agreement, and explore emerging opportunities in Myanmar’s mobile finance industry.
In this week’s Regulatory Brief, we highlight a new tax on cellphone usage in Myanmar, discuss new procedures for customs registration in the Philippines, and highlight the increasing possibility of ASEAN-wide food standards.
In this week’s ASEAN Regulatory Brief, we discuss the issuance of new banking licenses in Myanmar, highlight rising minimum wages in Thailand, and analyze the impact of SME support in Brunei.
In this edition of ASEAN Market Watch we highlight cambodian corruption, discuss Telecoms bidding in Myanmar, and evaluate the impact of growing trade deficits in the Philippines
In this edition of ASEAN Regulatory Update we highlight increased foreign access to previously closed sectors in Indonesia, assess the impact of Thailand’s new labor codes, and discuss opportunities for investment in Myanmar’s real estate market.
In this edition of ASEAN Market Watch we take a look at Yingli Solar’s plans for investment in Thailand, explore the impacts of ASEAN’s Open Sky Policy in Indonesia, and highlight opportunities for investment in Myanmar’s tourism sector.
Myanmar’s new stock exchange – the Yangon Stock Exchange (YSX) – opened with big expectations. However, despite the grand opening and the US $24 million investment, the bourse will not be operational until February of 2016, or later.
In this edition of ASEAN Regulatory Brief, ASEAN Briefing takes a closer look at new tax treaties negotiated by the Philippines, changes to Myanmar’s foreign investment laws, and ride hailing services in Indonesia.
In this edition of ASEAN Regulatory Brief, ASEAN Briefing takes a closer look at Brunei’s new finance regulations, the US’s eased export restrictions for Myanmar, and a fight against corruption in Indonesia.
This edition of ASEAN Market watch looks at trends in job growth from the ASEAN Economic Community, declines in Singaporean manufacturing, and pressure on Myanmar’s currency.