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Low Cost Carrier Seat Capacity Growth

Low-cost carriers from ASEAN members accounted for more than half of global low-cost carrier seat capacity growth in the first half of 2013.
Source: Amadeus, October, 2013
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World's Second Largest Facebook Users

ASEAN is the world's second-largest community of Facebook users, behind only United States
Source: McKinsey & Company, Understanding ASEAN: Seven things you need to know
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A Big Producer of Cars, Trucks & Buses

In 2013, ASEAN became the world’s seventh largest producer of cars, trucks and buses – an increase over the previous year of 4.99%.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
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8th Fashion Capital in the World

Singapore is ranked as the 8th fashion capital in the world, and 2nd in Asia, next only to Hong Kong
Source: Global Language Monitor
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A Major Global Electronic Manufacturing Services Hub

From four companies in 1970, Malaysia’s electronic and electric industry today has expanded to more than 1,695 companies with total investment of around US$ 35.5 billion and a workforce of more than 600,000 people
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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Global Leader in the Issuance of Sukuk

ASEAN leads the way as the global leader in the issuance of Sukuk (Islamic bonds), dominating this sector with 74% of the world’s Sukuk issued.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
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100 Million Internet Users by 2016

Indonesia has 282 million mobile subscriptions and is expected to have 100 million internet users by 2016
Source: McKinsey & Company, Understanding ASEAN: Seven things you need to know
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Electronics Sector on the Rise

High quantities of the world’s consumer electronics like televisions, radios, computers and cellular phones come from the ASEAN region. More than 80% of the world’s hard drives are made in ASEAN.
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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The ASEAN Expansion of International Retail Brands

6 out of the top 10 countries where international retailers intended to open stores in 2014 are in ASEAN
Source: CBRE Group Research
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Emerging and Important Electronics Exporter

Vietnam has emerged as an important electronics exporter, with E&E products overtaking coffee, textiles and rice to become the country’s top export item in 2012, as well as capturing a six percent share of the computer and telecom equipment market
Source: Asean Briefing
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ASEAN is one of the most Productive Agricultural Sectors in the World

Rice production in 2015 is forecast to increase by 3% to 132.87 million tons and exports to 18.28 million tons
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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Medical Tourism becoming a Niche Sector in ASEAN

Thailand’s health tourism is worth about US$ 2 billion and receives 40% of medical tourist arrivals in Asia
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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The Travelling Consumer

ASEAN is the world’s 3rd largest in number of flights, domestically and internationally. 50% of arrivals in ASEAN countries are from other ASEAN countries.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
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Vehicle Sales

The 5th largest single marketplace for vehicle sales in the world is ASEAN.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
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The Rapid Connection of 600 Million People

Five ASEAN countries rank among the world's 50 most connected nations
Source: Comtrade: IHS, World Trade Organization: Telegeography: World Bank: McKinsey Global Institute analysis
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A Boom in the Trade of Medical Devices

ASEAN’s medical device market, which was worth about US$4.6 billion in 2013, is expected to double to US$9 billion by 2019
Source: Pacific Bridge Medical.
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Textile - one of the Largest Export Products from ASEAN

In the first quarter of 2013, Vietnam’s garments and textiles exports have reached US$ 3.7 billion or a year-on-year rise of 18.3%
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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Tourism - a Key Growth Sector in ASEAN

In 2012, ASEAN was the fastest growing destination-region in the world, followed by South Asia
Source: Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)
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A Quarter of Global Fish Production

Of the world’s top ten largest fish producers, four are from ASEAN - Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and The Philippines
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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Rich Reserves of Oil and Natural Gas

With 5.5 trillion cubic metres of natural gas reserves and a 6.40% increase in production, ASEAN is now ranked the third largest producer in the world.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
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The Largest Cargo Airport in the World

The Changi Airport in Singapore is the largest cargo airport in the world. It handles 2 million tonnes of cargo annually, services 6,500 weekly flights, and connects 240 cities in 60 countries
Source: Invest in ASEAN
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Biggest Automotive Market

ASEAN is forcasted to become the 6th biggest automotive market globally by 2018
Source: Frost & Sullivan
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Household Income Going Up

ASEAN as a region will be the world’s 3rd largest with household income of US$10,000 or more in 2018
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
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High Smartphone Penetration

Singapore has the fourth highest smartphone penetration in the world and 73 percent of its population online and is the most mobile payment ready member state, followed by The Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand.
Source: McKinsey & Company, Understanding ASEAN: Seven things you need to know
Asean Facts:

Mobile Penetration Rate

Mobile penetration rates in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia went from less than 5% to more than 70% in less than a decade
Source: McKinsey & Company, Understanding ASEAN: Seven things you need to know
Asean Facts:

ASEAN - Large Producer of Commodities

90% of the world’s crude palm oil, 70% of all natural rubber, and a quarter of the world’s rice is grown in the region.
Source: Economist Intelligence Unit 2014
Asean Facts:

The Auto Industry in ASEAN shows Strong Growth

Combined motor vehicle sales in six major ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, The Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore) reached an all time high of 3.5 million units in 2012, almost double of sales figures in 2007 which is 1.9 million units
Source: Invest in ASEAN
Asean Facts:

One of the Largest Electronics Assembly Bases in Southeast Asia

A world leader in production of hard drives, integrated circuits, and semiconductors, Thailand is also ASEAN’s largest production base in the electrical appliances sector, the world’s second largest producer of air-conditioning units, and is the fourth largest for refrigerators
Source: Invest in ASEAN
Asean Facts:

No. 1 Logistics Hub

Singapore is ranked as the No. 1 logistics hub among 155 countries globally. Singapore scored 4.13 in the Logistics Performance Indicator (LPI) 2012, which uses a 1-to-5 scale (5 as the highest) in rating countries’ logistics
Source: World Bank
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Foreign Ownership

ASEAN has registered considerable progress in loosening the restrictions on foreign ownership of companies in the financial services sector, with 75% ownership now possible with minimal red tape.
Source: McKinsey Global Institute Analysis
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18 July 2019
source: reuters.com
    * Indonesia flat ahead of rate decision
    * Philippines top gainer  

    By Soumyajit Saha
    July 18 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets
traded in a tight range on Thursday, as the U.S. Federal
Reserve's bright domestic economic outlook curbed expectations
of extensive policy easing and renewed tariff-war fears soured
risk appetite.
    The Fed's Beige Book portrayed an economy that was largely
in good shape ahead of a July 30-31 meeting at which the central
bank is widely expected to reduce interest rates.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nFOMHIEF5B
    Investors would likely remain in a "risk-off" mood, ING
Group said in a note to clients. Markets are likely to "move
sideways with a downward bias, digesting trade war concerns and
the Fed Beige Book," it added.
    Risk sentiment was also dampened after U.S. President Donald
Trump on Tuesday threatened to impose tariffs on an additional
$325 billion of Chinese goods if a trade deal did not come
through.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nW1N21900R
    Singapore stocks  .STI  fell slightly, hurt by the real
estate sector. CapitaLand Ltd  CATL.SI  declined 1.1%, while
Hongkong Land Holdings  HKLD.SI  slipped 0.5%.
    Malaysian shares  .KLSE  inched lower, dragged by resources
stocks. Petronas Chemicals Group  PCGB.KL  was down about 3.5%.
    Indonesian stocks  .JKSE  were flat as losses in the
financial sector offset gains in the resources and consumer
sectors. 
    Market participants awaited the central bank's policy rate
decision due later in the day. The Bank Indonesia is expected to
trim its 7-day reverse repo rate by 25 basis points, according
to a Reuters poll. urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N24G0TD
    Philippine shares  .PSI  rose, helped by gains in the
financial and industrial sectors.
    Miguel Ong, a research analyst with AP Securities,
attributed it to expectations of strong second-quarter earnings.
    "Macro indicators are showing that there's a huge upside in
terms of Q2 earnings," he said.  
        
For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA  

SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS AS AT 0337 GMT
 Market                 Current   Previous close  Pct Move
 Singapore              3359.14   3364.87         -0.17
 Bangkok                1718.18   1718.85         -0.04
 Manila                 8259.43   8233.48         0.32
 Jakarta                6394.943  6394.609        0.01
 Kuala Lumpur           1655.86   1657.53         -0.10
 Ho Chi Minh            977.68    982.57          -0.50
                                                  
 Change so far in 2019                            
 Market                 Current   End 2018        Pct Move
 Singapore              3359.14   3068.76         9.46
 Bangkok                1718.18   1563.88         9.87
 Manila                 8259.43   7,466.02        10.63
 Jakarta                6394.943  6,194.50        3.24
 Kuala Lumpur           1655.86   1690.58         -2.05
 Ho Chi Minh            977.68    892.54          9.54
 
 (Reporting by Soumyajit Saha; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu)
 ((Soumyajit.Saha@thomsonreuters.com; Reuters Messaging:
soumyajit.saha.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
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