Malaysia presents an attractive principal hub for UAE-based businesses that are seeking to expand in ASEAN.
As the second-largest economy in ASEAN behind Indonesia, Thailand presents ample investment opportunities for foreign businesses.
Vietnam’s VinFast is among new entrants in the EV market, and its lower-cost and tech-heavy offerings could pose a real threat to existing manufacturers.
Cambodia has increased the monthly minimum wage to US$200 from the current US$194.
The latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, titled “Opportunities for Foreign Investors in Thailand”, is out now and available as a complimentary download.
Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower provides a range of employment permits for professional expatriates planning to work in the country.
Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower has mandated that all work pass holders must be fully vaccinated when applying for a new work pass.
Outbound travelers from Singapore’s Changi International Airport will face higher airport charges starting from November 1, 2022.
For foreign investors, entering Indonesia’s special economic zones and taking full advantage of what they offer requires a long-term outlook.
Malaysia has issued a special work permit specifically for digital nomads called De Rantau. The program aims to attract foreign and local digital professionals.