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ASENA infographics

ASEAN infographics: population, market, economy

Taken as a single entity, ASEAN represents the world’s third largest market and one the largest economy. Here are some infographics to dive deeper in international economic and demographic comparisons with the US, EU, China, Japan and India, as well as more details on ASEAN countries relative size and economies. Continue reading

ASEAN infographics: demography, growth, top cities, urbanization

ASEAN infographics: demography, top cities, urbanization

Cities and urbanization are some of the most important drivers of Southeast Asia’s economic dynamism, environmental, societal and cultural change. To better understand the challenge and opportunities they bring, here are 4 infographics summarizing urban trends on the demography and rural exodus in ASEAN. Continue reading

e-commerce in Malaysia

Insights and trends of e-commerce in Malaysia

One of the most dynamic countries online in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a very attractive market for e-commerce. A middle-income country with a digital population of more than 20 million people, Malaysia attracts appetites both from local and global companies interested in grabbing a share of its e-commerce market. Continue reading

Insights on the Philippine IT-BPO industry

Infographic: insights on the Philippine IT-BPO industry

The Philippines’ information technology and business process outsourcing (IT-BPO) industry is a driving force in the country’s economy. After having been booming for years, it is still expanding in different key cities. Thanks to its highly diversified and competitive offer, the sector is one of the most dynamic in the Philippines. Continue reading

Southeast Asia travel trends

Infographic on travel trends in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has been a top international travel destination for years. But the growing income now also make the Southeast Asian market an important source of tourists within the region and beyond. Travel interest of Singaporeans, Malaysians and Indonesians are here highlighted by their online search. Continue reading