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9 Reasons Why Southeast Asia
is an Investor’s Playground
ASEAN collective
GDP represents the
8th largest economy
in the world
With a population of around 600 million and GDP
of US...
There are few
financial barriers to
consumption and
investment growth
Debt levels generally remain low for
governments, ho...
A thriving middle class
with fast-increasing
purchasing power
Today's Asian middle class represents 30% of the
global midd...
Southeast Asia’s
income levels are
catching up with the
US
Per capita income, or average income levels
in Asia, have been ...
A highly-educated
and affordable
workforce
Recently, companies
began leveraging Southeast Asia’s pool of
low-cost, skilled...
An attractive
destination for
outsourcing
3 out of 5 new offshore outsourcing locations in
the Asia-Pacific region come fr...
Other big companies
are making their
forays into the region
Multinationals now have a keen interest in
Southeast Asia due ...
A strong growth and
development in the
Information
Technology sector.
According to forecast, the total value of IT
service...
ASEAN offers a wide
range of
opportunities
ASEAN spans the spectrum from financial and
hi-tech industrial services to offs...
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We list down the top reasons why Southeast Asia is overflowing with opportunity and possibilities for investors either looking to expand their business or starting fresh.

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9 Reasons Why Southeast Asia is an Investor's Playground

  1. 1. 9 Reasons Why Southeast Asia is an Investor’s Playground
  2. 2. ASEAN collective GDP represents the 8th largest economy in the world With a population of around 600 million and GDP of US$2.1 trillion, Southeast Asia is simply a market that cannot be ignored. Their combined economies have grown 170% over the past decade and have about a 6.5% average growth rate. Source: http://www.nielsen.com/my/en/insights/reports/2014/asean-2015-prepare- your-business-for-what-lies-ahead.html
  3. 3. There are few financial barriers to consumption and investment growth Debt levels generally remain low for governments, households and corporations, while ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) banks are mostly well capitalised with good balance sheets. A low debt-to-GDP ratio indicates an economy that produces and sells goods and services sufficient to pay back debts without incurring further debt. Source: http://moneyweek.com/why-you-should-pay-attention-to- southeast-asia-57223/ http://tradingeconomics.com
  4. 4. A thriving middle class with fast-increasing purchasing power Today's Asian middle class represents 30% of the global middle class, with $2 trillion of new consumption coming from SEA alone Source: http://www.nielsen.com/my/en/insights/reports/2014/asean-2015-prepare- your-business-for-what-lies-ahead.html Asian Middle Class The Rest of the World
  5. 5. Southeast Asia’s income levels are catching up with the US Per capita income, or average income levels in Asia, have been inching closer to US levels over the years. In 1970, the average income in Singapore and Hong Kong was a quarter of that in the US. Today, on average, Singaporeans earn as much as they would in the US. And by 2020, their income is expected to be 25% higher than those of their American counterparts Source: www.dbs.com ASIA – PER CAPITA GDP TIMELINE Approximate number of years to reach US GDP per capita (assuming 6% per capita growth rate) Source: DBS Group Research 0 years 6 years 14 years 26 years 34 years GDP per capita
  6. 6. A highly-educated and affordable workforce Recently, companies began leveraging Southeast Asia’s pool of low-cost, skilled labor as a cheaper alternative to their home country suppliers and manufacturers. Source: http://www.pwc.com/en_US/us/forensic- services/publications/assets/marketmap-southeast-asia.pdf
  7. 7. An attractive destination for outsourcing 3 out of 5 new offshore outsourcing locations in the Asia-Pacific region come from the southeast, and this includes the Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia. Meanwhile, 14 Southeast Asian cities on the Top Outsourcing Destinations list for Tholons, seven of them in the Philippines. Source: https://www.gartner.com/doc/2666815/leading-locations-offshore-services- asiapacific http://www.tholons.com/nl_pdf/Whitepaper_December_2013.pdf
  8. 8. Other big companies are making their forays into the region Multinationals now have a keen interest in Southeast Asia due to lower cost of operations, cheaper lease, population, growing middle class and increasing depth of talent. Source: www.jpmorgan.com/tss/General/Southeast_Asia_Next_Growth_Frontier/1320514027264l
  9. 9. A strong growth and development in the Information Technology sector. According to forecast, the total value of IT services in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia between now and 2017 will be $74 billion. Big data and cloud computing are driving progress in banking, healthcare, tele- communications and distribution. Source: http://www.nielsen.com/my/en/insights/reports/2014/asean-2015-prepare- your-business-for-what-lies-ahead.html
  10. 10. ASEAN offers a wide range of opportunities ASEAN spans the spectrum from financial and hi-tech industrial services to offshore manufacturing centres , to Mining and agriculture. The drafting and eventual implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will also achieve regional economic integration by creating a single-market economy that allows free movement of investments, skilled labor, capital, goods and services across all the member countries. Source: www.jpmorgan.com/tss/General/Southeast_Asia_Next_Growth_Frontier/1320514027264l

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