International investor Jim Rogers explains to the Wall Street Journal the advantages of Singapore as a financial center in Asia in a comparison with Hong Kong, before detailing why the economic growth of China will also benefit to its South-East Asian neighbors.
Malaysia is well on track with its economic plan to reach the objective of becoming a high-income country by 2020. With ambitious goals, the country is expected to achieve its new status and increase recognition from other regional and global economic powers. Doing so, it will also become an economic powerhouse in Southeast Asia.
This short video presents the expected rise of the middle-class and affluent consumers (MACS) from 70 million to more than double by 2020, together with the supposed characteristics of MACS in Indonesia. This large number of consumers will generate several challenges and opportunities to be seized by businesses.
Here is a very beautiful animation video by the TMF Group that presents the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Indonesia, the world’s fourth most populous country with a strong economic growth.