Southeast Asia Internet Economy To Be Worth $240bn By 2025

Southeast Asia Internet Economy To Be Worth $240bn By 2025

The 2016 and 2017 Google-Temasek reports foresaw a $200 billion internet economy in the region by 2025 But this year, the same researcher sees such drastic market acceleration that it now expects that number to be closer to $240 billion Southeast Asia’s internet economy, including e-commerce, online travel and online media, will be worth $240 billion by 2025, according…

Thailand BOI’s Tax Incentive To Support Infrastructure Development For EEC

Thailand BOI’s Tax Incentive To Support Infrastructure Development For EEC

The investment incentive scheme is aimed to increase investors’ confidence and success opportunity. With the biddings for the development of both projects planned for late 2018, BOI has offered the incentive scheme to attract more investors To drive concrete development of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) has recently approved investment incentive scheme.…

4 Technologies That Will Disrupt The Petrochemical Industry

Technological advances and scientific innovations will play a great role in the years to come, and the petrochemical industry is no exception As an extraction technology, fracking is capable of extracting a large quantity of natural gas, which can, in turn, be made into petrochemical raw materials. Technological advances and scientific innovations will play a…

Thailand Ranks 38th In Revamped Global Competitiveness Index

Almost 40 years after its first annual assessment of the global economy, the Forum’s 2018 report changes methodology to asses Global Competitiveness Thailand scores 67.5 to rank 38th in the new index reoriented towards future technology-driven growth How well countries adapt to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) will determine whether they ‘thrive’ or ‘stagnate’ and…

East Asia And Pacific Growth Remains Resilient

Navigating Uncertainty, the October 2018 edition of the World Bank East Asia and Pacific Economic Update Despite a less favorable external environment, the growth outlook for developing East Asia and Pacific (EAP) remains positive, according to the latest World Bank economic report on the region. Growth in developing EAP is expected to be 6.3 percent…