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|Authors: ||李昂家;ANG-CHIA, LI|
|Issue Date: ||2018-08-31 14:29:37 (UTC+8)|
過220 家跨國企業總部設置在東協，更預期在2050 年時東協將躍居第
四大經濟體，但仍需注意各項風險，尤其在政治面上因東協各國經濟快速成長，而面臨過去法規周嚴性不足之問題，外國企業會面臨到遵法成本上升、或政府政策朝令夕改的導致過去所投資硬體不合法等問題。;The motive of this research is mainly to study the advantages and disadvantages of the investment association and the future cooperation opportunities and challenges, and provide an objective orientation. As
the emerging economies of ASEAN take off, the number of middle classes increases rapidly, and the huge consumer opportunities brought about by them. It has gradually replaced the traditional European, American and Japanese national markets. We should cultivate the ASEAN national level talents to assist the people of the ASEAN to develop the ASEAN market for enterprises, groups and individuals who are interested in developing the South. At the same time, we will review China’s new southward
policy and Implementing results, thereby enhancing the competitiveness of our country in the future,
The results of the study are ranked in the rankings of the six ASEAN business environment: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.
The ASEAN has a very high investment potential and is worthy of the investment of its own government and private enterprises or individuals in various resources, investment and employment. At present, the amount
of foreign direct investment in ASEAN has reached US$122 billion, and more than 220 multinational corporations are headquartered in ASEAN. It is more expected that ASEAN will leap to the fourth largest economy by 2050.
However, it is still necessary to pay attention to various risks. Especially in the political arena, due to the rapid economic growth of the ASEAN countries, and the lack of strictness of past regulations, foreign companies will face the increase in compliance costs or the change in government policies. Hardware is not legal and so on.
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