e-Commerce in Indonesia, Media Habits of FCMG Consumers in Vietnam – Asia Investment Brief

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ASEAN BRIEFING

Indonesia’s e-Commerce Sector – Market Potential and Challenges

Indonesia’s e-commerce industry holds a lot of promise for foreign investors. The country has more than 130 million internet users and a burgeoning consumer market riding on the growing accessibility of mobile internet in the country.

INDIA BRIEFING

Comparison of Chinese Foreign-Owned Enterprises and Indian Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries

In China, a wholly foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE) is a limited liability company (LLC) formed solely by one or more foreign investor(s) with no mandatory requirements to have a domestic partner. Wholly-owned subsidiaries in India work in a similar manner to Chinese WFOEs, with a few key distinctions.

RUSSIA BRIEFING

Russia Passes Laws to Redomicile Overseas Russian-Owned Businesses to Offshore Financial Centers

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed off a series of laws allowing Russian-controlled foreign offshore companies to be re-registered in offshore financial centers (OFCs) established in Russia’s Kaliningrad Region and Primorsky Territory in order to minimize the possible consequences of sanctions and political risks from foreign countries.

SILK ROAD BRIEFING

China to Join Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India Pipeline?

China has expressed interest in joining the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, by building a link from Pakistan to China. This could act as alternative to Chinese plans to build a fourth China-to-Turkmenistan pipeline.

VIETNAM BRIEFING

Vietnam: Media Habits of FMCG Consumers

Driven by the growth in living standards, disposable income, foreign investment, and economy, Vietnam’s fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) market is projected to grow by five to six percent in 2018, with rural areas growing faster than cities. In addition to retaining existing consumers, attracting new ones will continue to be a priority for FMCG brands.


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