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Investing in ASEAN

Investing in ASEAN   In this first of ten blog posts on the subject of Investing in ASEAN, we’ll look at the region as a whole; in subsequent posts, we’ll

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Investing in ASEAN: Laos

Investing in ASEAN: Laos Laos was part of French Indochina until gaining independence in 1953. The Laos People’s Democratic Republic, as it is officially named today, is a one-party communist

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Investing in ASEAN: Indonesia

Investing in ASEAN: Indonesia   The Republic of Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world after China, India and the United States, with a population of approximately

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Investing in ASEAN: Cambodia

Investing in ASEAN: Cambodia   “After emerging from its dark past,” says a report from Leopard Capital – which manages investment funds in ‘overlooked frontiers’ – “Cambodia has begun to

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Investing in ASEAN: Vietnam

Investing in ASEAN: Vietnam “Vietnam has emerged as one of the most attractive destinations for foreign investments. Foreign investors are beginning to regard Vietnam as a key strategic investment location

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AD ASIA Consulting Launches an Informative 10-Part Series on ‘Investing in ASEAN’

ASEAN has an aggregate economic size of USD 2.3 trillion, a combined population of 616 million, and had an average real GDP growth rate of 5.4% in 2012, 5.0% in

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Investing in ASEAN: Thailand

Investing in ASEAN: Thailand   “Did you notice that during Thailand’s military coup, all the markets did was yawn?” says Peter Kohli, CEO of DMS Funds. “Thailand is a solid

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Investing in ASEAN: Myanmar

“Following recent democratization measures, including the release of hundreds of political prisoners, cease-fire agreements with ethnic rebels, and the incorporation of long-time human rights champion Aung San Suu Kyi into

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Investing in ASEAN: Singapore

Investing in ASEAN: Singapore With a total land area of just 710km2, Singapore is the smallest country in South East Asia and one of the smallest countries in the world.

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Investing in ASEAN: Philippines

Investing in ASEAN: Philippines   “According to the projections of the United Nations, the majority of our people will reach working age next year, which means that there will be