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Green Business

  1. 1. Raw Materials Organic Fertilizers FarmingTransportation GMOs GREEN Non-Toxic Eco- Pesticides Tourism Food Bio-char Alternative energy
  2. 2. Raw Materials GREEN OrganicFood Farming AEC – Thai Organic Products organic-agriculture.html
  3. 3. ThailandStrengths• One of the biggest base of agriculture exporters and industries in the world• The center of logistics in ASEAN• Good infrastructures• Strong banking system• Lots of workforceWeaknesses• Workforce lack of efficiency• The majority of technology is not advanceInteresting Facts• Targeting to be the center of ASEAN; Logistics, tourism• Reflecting the preparation for the ASEAN seriously
  4. 4. ASEAN Political and To create peaceful environment within theSecurity Community - region and resolve all conflicts. Another is to APSC cooperate to deal with security and threats. To make people live together ASEAN Socio-Cultural under the concept of social Community - ASCC generosity, a good social welfare and social stability. To achieve economic integration in order to ASEAN Economic prosper and compete with other regions Community - AEC for the well-being of people in ASEAN countries.
  5. 5. •High labor cost •Labor lack of efficiency •Small market with the population of only 400,000 Thailand Brunei Singapore •lower labor shortage •High business cost •Low population, lack of lower work force Malaysia Philippines •Very far from ASEAN countries ASEAN Cambodia Lao •Infrastructure isn’t developed •The relationship between us is not •Landlocked so good, might conflict in business Vietnam Indonesia •Land costs and office rents are Myanmar •Logistics between countries aren’t relatively high. developed •The Infrastructure is not developed •Political and policy uncertainty•ASEAN has ten dialogue partners : Australia, Canada, China, EU, India, Japan, New Zealand, ROK, Russia, the United States•One Observer : Timor-Lesta ( - )
  6. 6. Brunei Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) Cambodia Singapore ASEAN•ASEAN Dialogue Partner•FTA India Malaysia Myanmar
  7. 7. G 1018 IndiaStrengths• India has up to 300million people with the ability to buy• Huge English speaking population, availability of skilled manpower• High growth rate of economy• Stable economy, does not get affected by external changes• Huge pool of labor force and huge domestic marketWeaknesses• Threat of government intervention in some states• Low productivity• Low level of mechanization (Thai technologies can produce 3 times more production)Interesting facts• The ministry of agriculture in India reduce tax for agriculture products• Import Longan, Negrito, Durian, Mangosteen; in the future might include Thai tamarind• Inflow of Foreign Direct Investment is likely to increase in many sectors• Agriculture excessively dependent on monsoons• Needs lots of rubber (ASEAN export 76% of the world rubber)
  8. 8. Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS)
  9. 9. SingaporeStrengths• Average income per person is the highest in ASEAN and listed as the top 15 in the world• Political stability• The center of international finance• Highly skilled workers• Human resources and business management expertise.• Sea transportation advantageWeaknesses• Depending on imported raw materials• lower labor shortage• High business costInteresting Fact• Trying to expand the economy to the service sector to reduce dependence on exports
  10. 10. MyanmarStrengths• Lots of natural resources such as natural and gas• Connected to India and China• Relatively low wages ( USD/day)Weaknesses• The Infrastructure is not developed• Political and policy uncertainty.Interesting Fact• Developing in transportation; high-speed rail, road
  11. 11. BruneiStrengths• The average income is the second highest in ASEAN and rank 26th highest in the world• Politics is stable• Brunei exports oil and it’s the 4th biggest oil reserve in ASEANWeaknesses• Small market with the population of only 400,000• Lack of labor forceInteresting facts• Brunei has close economics relation with Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia• The logistic mainly depended on Singapore• Brunei highly value Food Security
  12. 12. CambodiaStrengths• Plenty of natural resources; especially water, forests and minerals• Lowest labor cost in ASEAN (1.6 USD/day)Weaknesses• Infrastructures are not developed yet• The cost of public utilities are quite high (water, electricity and communication services)• The labor is lack of efficiencyInteresting fact• The conflict between Thailand and Cambodia might effects the business opportunity in the future
  13. 13. MalaysiaStrengths• Third highest average income in ASEAN• Malaysia has the third largest oil reservation and second largest natural gas reservation in Asia-Pacific• Malaysia has the complete fundamental structureWeaknesses• lack of lower workforceInteresting facts• Their goal is to be developed country by 2020• The base of productions and exportations are similar to Thailand• Malaysia has the policy to develop their production with advance technology
  14. 14. Thailand & Malaysia Trading