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  • Beijing Review – Singapore Report 2018

    The city-state of Singapore has seen remarkable growth since being founded just over half a century ago. By upholding the best of Asian values, Singapore continues to lead the way in an increasingly globalized world. Many Southeast Asian countries are blessed with an abundance of natural resources. Singapore has positioned itself as one of the region’s largest commodity trading hubs offering tax-friendly incentives, transparent financial and legal sectors, excellent infrastructure and a skilled workforce.
  • Beijing Review – Norway Report 2018

    Diplomatic relations between China and Norway were re-established in December 2016 after a six-year hiatus. Both countries are renewing their commitment to one another and building on their strong partnership which dates back to 1950. ‘Since the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between our two countries, Chinese businesses have shown increased interest in Norway’, says Finn Kr. Aamodt, Director of Invest in Norway, the governmental investment promotion agency of Norway. ‘High-level delegations from China are actively exploring investment opportunities in Norway’.
  • Foreign Policy – Taiwan Report 2018

    Taiwan continues to impress global markets through its focus on innovation, technology and stability. An expanding economy, GDP is expected to grow at 2.27 per cent in 2018. The self-governing island nation seeks to secure its position as the most prominent of the ‘Four Asian Tigers’ -Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea. As America’s tenth largest trading partner withtwo-way total trade amounting to US$ 84.9 Billion, the symbiotic relationship between The US and Taiwan is undeniably intertwined.
  • The Business Times – Thailand Report 2017

    ‘What we have decided today is only a small beginning of what we hope will be a long and continuous sequence of accomplishments of which we ourselves, those who will join us later and the generations to come, can be proud’. - Dr. Thanat Khoman. In 1967, Dr. Khoman, then Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, invited his counterparts from Malaysia,Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore to Bang Saen, Thailand. The result of this meeting led to the establishment the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the signing of the ‘Bangkok Declaration’ on 8 August 1967.
  • The Business Times – India Report 2017

    India is the fastest growing economy in the world. According to a report released earlier this year by The World Bank, the country’s projected growth rate of 7.2 per cent for 2017-2018 is expected to increase to 7.7 percent in 2019-2020. To sustain this level of growth, the country must continue to attract foreign investment and India is committed to strengthening its ties with the ten Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member countries.
  • The Business Times – Malaysia Report 2017

    In 1967, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines founded the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Fifty years later, ASEAN is a diverse community of ten member countries with a combined population of 630 million. The economically dynamic region is on a path towards greater integration through strong regional trade ties, interconnectivity and a shared vision for the next fifty years.

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