In his Winning in Asia podcast, Michael Dunne, one of the foremost authorities on the Asia automotive industry has circled back to a particular recurring theme; To succeed in business, one needs to understand and have relationships at some level with local government. The geopolitical climate with China has industry re-thinking supply chain options for sourcing and manufacturing. With S.E. Asia becoming a de facto consideration this got us thinking it would be important to compile a list of top resources in countries where decision-makers might consider establishing contract manufacturing relationships. These seven—India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam are hungry for new business and have programs and incentives (such as free trade zones) in place to encourage investment and bring production to their countries. Below is a preview of the information that can be found in the handbook – download the entire guide today!
In the Southeast Asia Manufacturing Alternatives Handbook, you will learn about:
- Various resources available from local governmental authorities related to trade, commerce, and industry
- Economic incentives that countries are offering for brands to relocate their production and operations
- Programs, agencies, and initiatives such as Free Trade Zones specific to each country