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"Automation has made supply chain stickier than the past."
Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit
"By 2014, the cross-border data flow contributed $2.8 trn to global GDP."
Source: Mckinsey Global Institute
"Healthcare spending in the ASEAN region will increase 70% by 2025, reaching US$ 740 billion."
Source: World Economic Forum
Southeast Asia’s urban areas contain about one-third of the region’s people, but contribute to around two-thirds of its economic activity.
Adopting Industry 4.0 could boost ASEAN's regional productivity by about US$600 billion by 2025.
SMEs seeking to move offshore should find local partners to reduce the risks of expansion.
What do Davao City, Singapore, Phuket and Ho Chi Minh City have in common? They're on the frontier of building ASEAN's smart cities.
90% of internet access in ASEAN happens on mobile phones. What do businesses need to know about this growing opportunity?
With the most engaged internet users in the world, ASEAN's e-commerce players are stepping up their game towards regional integration.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
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