With the world’s third largest population and a comparatively low, but growing, Internet connectivity, Southeast Asia is an upcoming market of interest for e-commerce. Still in its infancy, the ASEAN e-commerce market presents many growth opportunities for businesses ready to face its challenges.
The Philippines is an attractive market of 100 million people with little e-commerce penetration and an optimistic perspective on the ASEAN integration. Nevertheless, the Philippines presents certain peculiarities and challenges for local and foreign companies to tackle if they want to tap into the country’s great potential.
After a few years of trough in the Vietnamese property market, real estate developers and sellers are facing a renewed buying trend. However, the Vietnamese market presents various peculiarities to understand in order to be a successful player, buyer, seller or intermediary when it comes to information and consumer behavior.
Southeast Asia is at a turning point of economic development, and three powerful trends of demography, interconnection and technology will feed its growth in the coming years. This brilliant report analysed these forces through various comparative dimensions to provide valuable business insights.
Indonesia is a major market in Southeast Asia for the automotive industry, which consequently makes it a major market for the automotive parts manufacturers. This report presents the industry with synthetic analysis and infographics on the demand, production and policies for the automotive and auto parts industries in Indonesia.
At the Asian Financial Forum 2014 in Hong Kong, a workshop examined the opportunities and challenges of the upcoming ASEAN Economic Community. Summarizing the most interesting comments, this video highlights not only general opportunities but also presents key interests for Chinese and Hongkongese businesses.
Here’s a new infographic that illustrates the demographic and economic challenges and reasons behind the ASEAN integration. Produced for your embedding pleasure, it clearly illustrates internal issues and global advantages for South-East Asian nations to form a strong economic block and gain a louder political voice.