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自分の世界をグローバル化するということは新興経済での投資を身近にすることを意味し、財産を築き育て守るチャンスを高めることができるのです。個人であっても企業であっても国際的な視野で投資をすることが最大の利益をもたらすとインベスト・アジアンは確信します。そしてそのスタートとしてベストなのがアセアン経済共同体 (AEC 2015) とともに中国やインドのアジア市場であると言えます。
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Does it Work to Sell in May and Go Away?

Does it Work to Sell in May and Go Away? | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Some studies in the past have showed that the strategy worked to some extent and that returns by those who use it may have been higher. With that said, these results were not conclusive and there remain both supporters and critics.
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ASEAN Investment in Brunei Reaches $141M | InvestAsian |

ASEAN Investment in Brunei Reaches $141M | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
The total amount of foreign direct investment (FDI) from other ASEAN countries in Brunei hit a new record of US$141 million in 2014, said the Dato Paduka Lim Jock Hoi, the country’s permanent secretary for trade last Wednesday.
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Forex Today: SGD's Prospects Look Dim | InvestAsian |

Forex Today: SGD's Prospects Look Dim | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Regardless of its current strength, some economists are bearish on the Singapore Dollar and expect more deprecation against the greenback later this year.
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Singapore Universities, by Gelderbauer

Singapore Universities, by Gelderbauer | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Some of the most popular universities that we offer guidance on include the National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, and Singapore Management University. This is in addition to several other colleges and institutions.
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Foreigners May Be Able to Own Myanmar Real Estate

Foreigners May Be Able to Own Myanmar Real Estate | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
As it stands in many countries, non-citizens are prohibited from buying properties. For example, in the Philippines, the country’s constitution bans non-Filipinos from owning land and in Sri Lanka non-citizens pay more tax when they own any property.
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India's Economic Growth | InvestAsian |

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India is set to be the metaphorical heart of Asia’s economy in the long-term, offering investment opportunities ranging multiple industries and of different scales.
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Who Will Benefit Most from China's Rise?

Who Will Benefit Most from China's Rise? | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
China’s actions will effect developed nations, emerging markets, and indeed, every country in the world. However, they will perhaps impact frontier markets more than any other as a large amount of Chinese capital, influence, and knowledge helps to develop these growing nations.
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Indonesia’s Growth to Benefit Malaysian Economy | InvestAsian |

Indonesia’s Growth to Benefit Malaysian Economy | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said that Indonesia’s economic expansion will be driven by infrastructure development, which will also make the country more competitive in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).
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LINE Files for IPO

LINE Files for IPO | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
As companies in the space reach multi-billion dollar market caps, it’s critical to look at what messaging apps are emerging in Asia and which ones will become notable picks in an increasingly bullish tech market.
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Non-Resident Indians Return Home in Droves

Non-Resident Indians Return Home in Droves | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
The trend of NRIs returning home is not a new one, but was restricted to employees in the IT sector. Hiring managers say that the banking, pharmaceutical, and automobile sectors, to name just a few, are now seeing an influx of Indians returning home.
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Trading Stocks in Asia

Trading Stocks in Asia | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Buying foreign #stocks is one of the best things an investor can do. These steps can help you be more globally minded.
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New GST Boosts Malaysia's Economy in Short Term

New GST Boosts Malaysia's Economy in Short Term | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Plans for a new Goods and Services Tax (GST) spurred growth in ASEAN’s third largest economy as businesses tried and get orders completed, and necessary purchases made before its implementation.
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Commodities Boom Creates Opportunity in Mongolia | InvestAsian |

Commodities Boom Creates Opportunity in Mongolia | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
While once isolated from the global economy, Mongolia has benefitted in recent years from a massive amount of Chinese capital flowing in. China, which is now the world’s largest economy in real terms, has in some ways overwhelmed the much smaller frontier market to its north.
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Investment Tutorial: When Should I Invest? | InvestAsian |

Investment Tutorial: When Should I Invest? | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Some investors worry about timing the market. It may not be as important as you think.
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Thailand’s Airline Industry in Peril | InvestAsian |

Thailand’s Airline Industry in Peril | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
After another year of political problems, a poor economy and a decline in tourist arrivals, Thailand’s aviation sector is facing even more challenges in 2015.
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Doing Business in Indonesia Becomes Easier

Doing Business in Indonesia Becomes Easier | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
There is plenty of evidence that Indonesia’s ease of doing business has been drawing in more foreign capital.
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Southeast Asia to be World's 4th Largest Economy

Southeast Asia to be World's 4th Largest Economy | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
The Malaysian Prime Minister said that Southeast Asia is now in the process of building on a strong and consistent record of development and mutual growth.
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The Chinese Economy Slows Down... But It Doesn't Matter

The Chinese Economy Slows Down... But It Doesn't Matter | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
What sort of catastrophic numbers are we talking about that will soon bring, what is now the world’s largest economy, to its knees? A 7.4% economic expansion in 2014, and an annualized rate of 7% during the first three months of 2015. Mind you, this is still the slowest pace since 2009, but that in itself is saying a lot. Many central bankers would kill to have their country’s economy grow by 7% per year.
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Philippines to Become One of ASEAN's Largest Economies | InvestAsian |

Philippines to Become One of ASEAN's Largest Economies | InvestAsian | | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
From now until 2020, economic growth is forecast to average 5.5%. If this rate is able to be sustained further, per capita GDP could double to US$6,000 a year by 2024. By 2029, the size of the economy would more than triple from US$310 billion in 2015 to over US$1 trillion.
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Lima Belas Perusahaan Baru Tersukses di ASEAN: Bagaimana Mereka Melakukannya

Lima Belas Perusahaan Baru Tersukses di ASEAN: Bagaimana Mereka Melakukannya | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
Asia Tenggara terbukti menjadi bintang baru dalam dunia kewirausahaan dan model bisnis inovatif, seiring itu penanam modal dan angel investor dari seluruh dunia juga mulai melirik.
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Myanmar Named Most Popular in ASEAN for Business Expansion

Myanmar Named Most Popular in ASEAN for Business Expansion | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
The sectors that have gotten the most attention are the automobile and food & beverage industries, followed by tech, shipping, construction, logistics and utilities.
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Investment in Laos Grows

Investment in Laos Grows | The Market's Psychology | Scoop.it
In addition, Laos has a strategic location in the very center of ASEAN. The country, while landlocked, is the only in Southeast Asia that shares a land border with five others. Because of this, there are several projects being planned that will help turn Laos into a rail and transportation hub while making it play a critical role in connecting ASEAN to China.
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For corporate clients, we can help with incorporating businesses and subsidiaries in low-tax jurisdictions, analyzing the potential and risks of Asian markets, assisting with market entrance strategies, and finding local partners for joint-ventures and mutual development.
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