Malaysia’s Economic Corridors: A Guide for Foreign Investors – Latest Issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine
The latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, titled “Malaysia’s Economic Corridors: A Guide for Foreign Investors”, is out now for download.
The increasing deployment of satellites and other payloads into orbit by ASEAN countries opens numerous avenues for foreign investment in this burgeoning sector.
Laos has introduced a new decree introducing strategic excise tax adjustments on various products.
Malaysia’s government tabled its 2024 budget in mid-October in what was slated as the largest in the nation’s history.
Indonesia and Australia will collaborate in the EV industry through an MoU that focuses on battery manufacturing and minerals processing.
Malaysia has announced two new rules governing transfer pricing norms in the country. Multinational entities should take note.
Indonesia and the U.S. are exploring a potential partnership for minerals and metals, particularly those used in the production of electric vehicle batteries, such as nickel.
Amid evolving dynamics in Asia’s supply chains, extensive discussions have unfolded regarding the notable shift of manufacturing operations to Southeast Asian countries.
Indonesia and Singapore officially launched their cross-border QR payment linkage, enabling consumers and businesses to conduct cross-border transactions instantly.
Vietnam is investing heavily to renovate and build new airports as it seeks to compete to become a regional hub for international travelers with its neighbors in Southeast Asia.