Russian companies considering expansion into foreign markets have always looked to the emerging economies of Asia. Of these, China has been the main target for its growth and size, but increasingly South East Asian countries are presenting opportunities too good to ignore. However, Russian businesses need to first consider the culture and legal framework of each country before moving into these markets.
This white paper looks at why South East Asia is such an attractive investment hub. It explores the political, economic, legal and business cultures of Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Also under review is why so many Russian companies are choosing Singapore as there regional headquarters.