Indonesia’s ambitious targets in the electric battery industry offer a prime opportunity for strategic investments and partnerships.
In this ASEAN Briefing issue, we provide an overview of Indonesia’s EV battery industry, the various incentives offered by the government, and highlight the right business entity foreign investors should use when entering this industry.
Singapore and Malaysia are partnering to create a special economic zone in Malaysia’s Johor state, adjacent to the Singaporean border.
Malaysia wants to develop its semiconductor industry beyond assembly and testing into more value-added production such as integrated circuit design.
The Cyber Security Agency (CSA) of Singapore is seeking views on the draft Cybersecurity (Amendment) Bill until January 15, 2024. We list key threats that are being addressed by the Bill.
Malaysia’s special economic zones offer fiscal incentives and sector-specific perks, including tax relief and tailored benefits, along with robust infrastructure. We list the available incentives for businesses in the country’s respective SEZs.
We discuss the business opportunities catering to halal cosmetics and personal care products in Indonesia’s beauty industry as domestic purchasing power increases.
Optimism prevails for Singapore’s economic outlook in 2024, particularly for growth projected in key sectors like electronics, F&B, and travel-related industries.
This Guide covers the fundamentals of investing in ASEAN, including market entry, company setup, tax and audit, and HR and payroll.
Southeast Asia has the potential to be a global leader in renewable manufacturing while simultaneously achieving its economic growth targets.