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ASEAN handbook on e-commerce and competition launched
The book will serve as a reference for ASEAN member states on addressing and identifying challenges in enforcing competition law related to e-commerce. - Source: ASEAN economic
ASEAN Business Awards: Duterte calls on entrepreneurs to drive change
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte called for entrepreneurs to become the beacons for change and innovation within Southeast Asia, as industry giants and the region's...
ASEAN to sign Hong Kong free trade deal in November
The Chinese special administrative region began free-trade negotiations with ASEAN in 2014, four years after the 10-nation economic bloc signed a similar trade deal with China in...
ASEAN must continue with strategic partnership even after TPP bites the dust: Lim Hng Kiang
SINGAPORE: ASEAN must continue to charge ahead with regional trade agreements and offer strong economic opportunities despite the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) withering in the...
ASEAN must leverage collective strength to navigate challenges: Iswaran
SINGAPORE: ASEAN must draw on its shared vision and collective strength to stay resolute in its commitment to regional economic integration, particularly in light of rising...
ASEAN enhances capacity for consumer protection in e-commerce via online dispute resolution mechanism
HO CHI MINH CITY, 12 August 2017 – E-Commerce has opened up various windows of opportunities for companies and investors, including SMEs, by significantly lowering barriers to...
ASEAN a 'more open market' than EU, US: WEF
ASEAN, the 10-state Association of Southeast Asian Nations, is a more open market for international trade than either the European Union or the United States, according to a World...
ASEAN ministers agree to boost cruise tourism
The joint declaration will set out principles to spur port and destination development in the region. - Source: ASEAN economic
Commentary: Is ASEAN's economic integration still a work in progress?
That ASEAN has not deepened intra-regional trade ties means that opportunities have been lost, argues NUS Business School's Andrew Delios. - Source: ASEAN economic