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Impact of Covid-19 will be damaging on UK & ASEAN
May 2020
Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Chair, UKABC speaks on the encouraging UK businesses to explore opportunities within ASEAN.
India seeks closer ties, connectivity with ASEAN
February 2019
India is hoping that better connectivity will help boost trade ties with ASEAN and decrease its trade deficit with the 10-member bloc.
Vietnam FTAs boost export revenue
June 2018
FTAs have played an important role in boosting the growth of garment and textile exports from Vietnam
ColorJet printer with Japanese Technology
February 2018
The digital printer is apt for printing with pigment inks, and can print practically on any type of fabric including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, rayon or wool.
India-ASEAN partnership poised for a boost
December 2017
Marking India’s 25 years of partnership with the ASEAN, the Modi government seeks to augment its ties with the 10-member regional grouping in the coming year. Not only will the 10 heads of state from the ASEAN region participate in the 69th Republic Day Celebrations as chief guests on January 26, there will also be an India-ASEAN Commemorative Summit that will be held on January 25.
ColorJet bags ‘Rising Star of Asia’ award
October 2016
ColorJet India Ltd has bagged the ‘Rising Star of Asia’ 2016 award in the digital inkjet printer manufacturer category, at the Indo-ASEAN Global Investment Summit held in Bangkok, Thailand on September 17, 2016.
ASEAN to become ´world´s factory´ in a decade
August 2015
Rising labour costs, among other reasons, have driven Chinese manufacturers to set up operations in Southeast Asian countries. A study by ANZ Bank economists suggest that Southeast Asia would take over from China to become the ´world´s factory´ in the next 10-15 years, citing its youthful workforce and strategic location as catalysts for this shift.
China´s interests shift to ASEAN
July 2015
Lower production costs, reduction of tariffs and competitive prices of raw materials are pushing Chinese companies to shift production to South-East Asia. According to a study by ANZ Bank economists that South-East Asia would take over from China to become the ?world?s factory? in the next 10-15 years.
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