Hong Kong is a doorway to China and the rest of Asia for foreign investors. It is a hub for financial flows in the region.
With a business-friendly environment, rule of law, free trade and free flow of information, open and fair competition, well-established and comprehensive financial networks, low and simple tax regime, and active promotion of innovation and technology development, Hong Kong is an ideal place for enterprises around the world to expand the business.
Though physically small, Singapore is an economic giant. The country has been Southeast Asia’s most modern city for over a century. Because of its efficient and determined government, Singapore has become a flourishing country that excels in trade and tourism and is a model to developing nations. Singapore’s early prosperity was based on a vigorous free trade policy and mass industrialization bolstered the economy which make today the state as the world’s second busiest port.
Tonga is a country in the South Pacific Ocean in Oceania and has a mixed economic system in which there is a variety of private freedom, combined with centralized economic planning and government regulation.
Tonga is an economy with strong potential, developed financial sector and presence of international banks with no capital controls. Agriculture and tourism are the two main sectors that attract foreign investment, mainly from Japan, China and the United States.
Vietnam is widely expected to be promoted from frontier to emerging market status and suggest a rapid economic growth. Despite that the country is still under communist rule it has been open-minded about the importance of outside investment.
The Vietnamese government is certainly playing its part by investing heavily in improving infrastructure in order to accommodate the flow of foreign investment. The country currently has over 3,000 start-ups that are developing and attracting more capital from local and foreign investment funds.