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Doing Business In ASEAN: Legal Considerations.

June 2014

 

Welcome to the Conventus Law Guide to Doing Business in ASEAN: Legal Considerations.

 

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) formed in 1967, is made up of ten countries by Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

 

With a 5.6% GDP prediction for 2014, a rapidly growing consumer class and a combined population of over 600million. The ASEAN market is valued at over USD 2 trillion. Along with the introduction of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015, ASEAN is well positioned to become a global powerhouse. With investor friendly government policies, ASEAN has attracted businesses looking for growth in vibrant new domestic markets.

 

This guide is all about helping businesses investing in ASEAN. The guide is designed to inform businesses of the legal challenges when doing business in ASEAN and provides access to experts who may assist in turning these challenges into strategic advantages.

 

Enjoy the guide.

 

 

 

 

Country Chapters

 

 

 Cambodia
 Development In FDI And M&A 

 

 

  Indonesia
A. Corruption Eradication Commission And Investing In The Country
B. Foreign Investments In Constructions

 

 

 Malaysia
 A. Overview Of Competition Law (Part 1, Part 2)
 B. Why Arbitrate At The Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre For  Arbitration 

 

 

  Myanmar
Doing Business In Myanmar 

 

 

  Philippines
Insurance Regulation: Ten Things To Know 

 

 

Flag_of_Singapore_(bordered).svg  Singapore  

Doing Business In Singapore: The Impact Of Money Laundering And  Terrorist Financing Laws

 

 

 Thailand

 Antidumping, Countervailing Duties, And Safeguard Measures  

 

 

Vietnam-flag   Vietnam
 Anti-China Protests And The Importance Of Internal Labor  Regulations And Trade Unions   

 

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