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Exploring new frontiers

China, Malaysia and Thailand have been identified as the most popular destinations with E50 companies looking to internationalise.
Friday, November 28, 2014 - 05:49

As part of China's rapidly opening economy, companies looking to enter can expect to lower market barriers for private and foreign participation.

AMID an uncertain economic climate, firms in Asia are moving forward and taking leaps with their internationalisation efforts.

As Asian firms evolve into powerhouses and increase their receptiveness to foreign investment, the region's economy continues to be daring yet demanding. Globally

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