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Start a business in Cambodia 

The World Bank ranked Cambodia 171st out of 183 economies in terms of how simple it is to open a new firm. The number of procedures that would-be business owners must complete in Cambodia is extensive, and it typically takes 85 days to register a business—much longer than in its neighbors. It’s difficult and expensive […]

Start a business in Brunei 

On the northern coast of Borneo, Brunei Darussalam is a Southeast Asian Sultanate that is wealthy in oil. It was a British protectorate until 1984 and has a population that is highly educated and predominately speaks English. It also has excellent infrastructure and a government that wants to diversify the economy and increase foreign investment. […]

Start a business in Bhutan 

Bhutan is a distinctive nation in terms of both culture and ecology. It is the last remaining Buddhist Kingdom in the world and is perched high in the Himalayas. It has created the Gross National Happiness (GNH) ideology, wherein development is assessed using a broader definition of wellbeing than just GDP. Since a large portion […]

Start a business in Bangladesh 

Bangladesh’s enormous labor market and cost-competitive business environment are making it an increasingly appealing place to invest. All of the nation’s industries, except for those in defense, nuclear energy, mining, and forest plantations, are open to private international investment. The garment and textile industries, agribusiness, energy, IT and outsourcing, and infrastructure are a few of […]

Guide on investing in Kazakhstan 

Kazakhstan has made great success in recruiting foreign business and investment, upgrading practically every area of conducting business to facilitate and boost foreign direct investment (FDI). Kazakhstan is the “Buckle” in China’s Belt and Road Initiative since it is the main land corridor connecting China, Russia, and Europe via recently expanded rail and highway networks […]

Leading industries in Kazakhstan 

With an area of over 1.05 million square miles, Kazakhstan is the largest landlocked nation in the world and the ninth-largest overall. It is listed as the least densely inhabited nation, with less than 15 persons per square mile, given its population of about 18 million. In 1991, Kazakhstan became the final Soviet country to […]

Start an IT business in Indonesia

As one of the Asia-Pacific region’s developing economies, Indonesia is currently offering a variety of prospects for IT businesses, particularly e-commerce and financial technology.  According to Google Temasek analysis, the net sales volume of first-hand products sold online in Indonesia reached IDR 151.4 trillion in 2017, indicating a 41% increase from 2015. Financial progress using […]

Start an IT business in India

The development of India’s economy is significantly aided by the information technology and programming sector. An individual with prior IT-related experience is qualified to launch an IT business. You must adhere to certain standards and processes as a start-up that are set down in India’s business legislation, including those that address ventures in the IT […]

Business opportunities in Timor

In the new millennium, Timor gained its independence. As a result, the combination of technology with its rural roots holds great promise for the future of the region. There is a wealth of untapped natural resources in the country. Better politics, government spending, and increased private sector demand are all contributing to the present administration’s […]

Business opportunities in Sumbawa

As part of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain, Sumbawa is an Indonesian island situated in the middle of the chain with Lombok to the west, Flores to the east, and Sumba to the southeast. It is included in the province of West Nusa Tenggara along with Lombok, but the Indonesian government has plans to divide […]