Opportunities in BRICS
- The world’s leading emerging economies are the new global movers and shakers of the industries.
- Offers a wide range of different global expansion opportunities, fast track and new world strategy.
- Analysts have long predicted that the economies of BRICS would be among the most dominant in the world.
- All five countries were among the fastest-growing emerging markets in the last decade.
- Its potential is based on natural economic fundamentals.
- Stable and strong political leadership - Global Voice.
- Super Powers in terms of Economic & Defense - Ideal Global Peace formula.
- The combined GDP of BRICS is far larger than analysts originally predicted.
- On other metrics, BRICS appears to be a grand success.
- The five countries have a combined GDP of about US$18 trillion, roughly 23.2% of the gross world product.
- They have an estimated US$4.5 trillion in combined foreign reserves, and it is expected that they will continue to grow at a rate of about 5.5% over the next few years.
- BRICS countries are attracting a significant amount of investment from all over the world and have developed their own unique BRICS business strategies.
- BRICS nations are open and have friendly investor policy.
- Unmatched and endless investment potential and market opportunity.
Opportunities in ASEAN
- On a wide range of economic pointers, Southeast Asia is gaining momentum fast as the young tigers of Southeast Asia.
- Since the Asian financial crisis 1997, ASEAN nations have been rebuilding their foreign currency reserves, signed currency swaps, strengthened their banking systems and made other reforms.
- Today, ASEAN are becoming the focus of leading multinationals who see the region's potential as a production base supplying not just the west but China's burgeoning economy, with rapidly expanding consumer societies, ample natural resources including extractive industries, and reform and opening up by the region's less-developed members.
- In 2018, foreign direct investment in ASEAN rose 28.7 percent annually to reach a record US$126.5 billion. The International Monetary Fund forecasts that ASEAN GDP will increase to US$3.8 trillion by 2020, with population rising to 660 million, equating to a per capita GDP of US$5,782, suggesting a significant rise.
- While China has gained attention as the factory to the world, ASEAN‘s competitiveness has already surpassed China's in labor-intensive industries. That has driven several manufacturers already to shift operations to ASEAN.
- In capital-intensive industries, including electronics and automobiles, leading global companies are building production bases in ASEAN for risk diversification and market entry.
- The ASEAN countries are also providing incentives to foreign investors to facilitate job creation and establish their industries.
- “The so-called Y-generation in the region aged 15-29 stands at 160 million, accounting for 27 percent of the population, higher than the share in China and Russia at 24 percent and 23 percent, respectively. These teenagers and young adults actively use mobile devices to shop and acquire information. Social networking services are increasingly popular, with Facebook users in Indonesia and the Philippines standing at 50 million and 30 million, respectively, ranking fourth and eighth in the world. The mobile marketing industry is projected to more than double by 2020 in Indonesia.