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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Marketing)

25 March 2019

For maternity and baby product exporters to expand into the key ASEAN markets, formulating an optimal marketing strategy is essential for a successful launch. Hong Kong baby product companies should a...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Market Entry Strategies)

18 March 2019

The routes to the ASEAN market are diverse and competitive. Hong Kong baby and maternity product suppliers need to consider the characteristics of each sales channel, including its location, market re...Read More

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Malaysia: Market Profile

18 March 2019

Malaysia is one of the most open markets in the world. Its economy is well-diversified with strong macroeconomic management, low and stable inflation and on-track fiscal consolidation. The financial s...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Electronic Accessories (Executive Summary)

11 March 2019

Providing practical guidance for SMEs in the electronic accessories industry, this report explores the potential of the ASEAN markets, focuses on Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore (a key reg...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Online Sales Channels)

4 March 2019

Online sales channels, including B2C marketplaces and social media, have become a new force in the baby product industry in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Generally, baby product brands with more d...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Distribution Channels)

25 Feb 2019

In Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, the distribution channels for baby and maternity products are diverse, and each comes with its own strengths and shortcomings. For Hong Kong suppliers, it is imper...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Recent Developments and Trends)

18 Feb 2019

The demand for imported baby and maternity products in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand has been boosted by the young demographics, busy lifestyles and growing health consciousness. This presents a gr...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Toys and Games (Executive Summary)

13 Feb 2019

Providing practical guidance for SMEs in the toys and games industry, this report explores the potential of the ASEAN markets, focuses on Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore (a key regional hu...Read More

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MALAYSIA: Overseas Investors in Northern Johor Set for Five-Year Tax Breaks

31 Jan 2019

Overseas investors will be exempt from corporate income tax for up to five years if they opt to invest in projects based in the less-developed northern districts of Johor, the country’s fifth largest ...Read More

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MALAYSIA: US$1,200 Minimum Monthly Wage Mooted for Non-Local Staff

30 Jan 2019

The minimum monthly salary threshold for non-Malaysian staff may be raised to RM5,000 (US$1,200) from its current level of RM3,000 (US$725)....Read More

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MALAYSIA: Statutory Pension Fund Contribution Cut for Employees Aged 60+

16 Jan 2019

In the case of workers aged 60 or more, the minimum statutory contribution to the country’s Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has been revised....Read More

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MALAYSIA: LLP Tax Registration System Goes Online

9 Jan 2019

The Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (LHDNM) has launched an online system for the tax registration of Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)....Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Executive Summary)

7 Jan 2019

Providing practical guidance for SMEs in the baby and maternity product industry, this report explores the potential of the ASEAN markets, focuses on Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore (a key...Read More

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MALAYSIA: 20% of Overseas Workers’ Salaries to be Retained by Employers Pending Contract Completion

31 Dec 2018

Companies should hold back 20% of the basic salary payments accruing to overseas staff pending completion of their contracted employment periods, according to a new advisory notice issued by the count...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Watches and Clocks (Marketing)

24 Dec 2018

For Hong Kong watches and clocks exporters to expand into the key ASEAN markets, formulating an optimal marketing strategy is essential for a successful launch and brand building. Hong Kong watches co...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Watches and Clocks (Market Entry Strategies)

17 Dec 2018

For Hong Kong watches suppliers interested in selling to the ASEAN markets, they should consider the pros and cons of various market entry methods to choose an optimal market entry strategy which best...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Watches and Clocks (Distribution Channels 2)

10 Dec 2018

Aside from various brick-and-mortar retailers, e-commerce channels have quickly become a new force in the watch industry. For Hong Kong watch suppliers, it is imperative to understand the fast-changin...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Watches and Clocks (Distribution Channels 1)

3 Dec 2018

The distribution channels for watches are diversified in ASEAN. Aside from various brick-and-mortar retailers, e-commerce channels have quickly become a new force in the watch industry. For Hong Kong ...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Watches and Clocks (Recent Developments and Trends)

26 Nov 2018

Alongside the trend towards minimalist and classic designs, accompanied by the emergence of affordable luxury brands, the watches industry has developed a more diverse range of styles for the new cons...Read More

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MALAYSIA: Labuan Businesses Set to Lose Flat Rate Tax Option

19 Nov 2018

As of 1 January next year, businesses based in the federal territory of Labuan will no longer be entitled to pay tax at a flat rate of RM20,000 (US$4,784) per annum....Read More

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