London, UK (PRWEB) April 28, 2015
Market Publishers Ltd and ChartingASEAN signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on the Internet. MarketPublishers.com is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports worked out by ChartingASEAN.
Natalie Aster, Assistant Manager at Partners Department, commented on the agreement: “We are pleased to have recently partnered with Thai-based ChartingASEAN to deliver ASEAN economic intelligence to both regional and global businesses. The firm’s highly professional team of analysts, researchers and editors draw up a broad variety of e-reports covering diverse aspects of the 10 Southeast Asian economies to assist companies in planning their strategies, adjusting existing ones alongside discovering potential opportunities and risks.” She also added: “We hope that we’ll have a long and fruitful mutual relationship from now forth as ChartingASEAN’s top-level studies hold promise for being a vital asset to clients seeking to enhance the effectiveness of their decision making and gain a competitive advantage.”
In-demand Reports by ChartingASEAN:
Charting Vietnam's Economy 2Q15. The research report is aimed at charting out the economic outlook for Vietnam on a quarter-by-quarter basis. The study gives an insightful view on the country’s economy. For the short-term outlook, it provides perspective on economic growth along with stability or macroeconomic risks including financial sector, inflation, budgetary deficit and also balance of payments and exchange rate. Over the long term, the research report sheds light on the economic profile, comprising the economic structure, economic development and competitiveness. Furthermore, it covers important economic projections through to 2019, and also exhaustive rankings and scores for Vietnam and comparable economies.
Charting Philippines Economy 2Q15. What is the size of the Philippines’ economy with regard to the world’s major economies? What is the demographic structure of the Philippines? Is it favorable for economic growth? How has the structure of the Philippines’ GDP changed over the years? How much does the national economy rely on external trade? How competitive is the Philippines? Is it easy to do business there? How good is the country in attracting foreign direct investment? Is unemployment the issue for the Philippines? What is the current level of human development in the country? These and many other questions are addressed in the research report.
Charting Malaysia's Economy 2Q15. The study is targeted to canvassing the economic outlook of Malaysia on a quarterly basis. It gives a detailed overview of the size of the country’s economy, demographic structure of Malaysia, the structure of the country’s GDP, etc. The report explores the nation’s competitiveness globally, covers the country’s attractiveness to FDI, and offers a comparison of Malaysia’s competitive factors as against those of Thailand, among others. It examines the country’s economic development, average income, poverty and other indicators. The publication also explores the country’s economic growth in recent years, its key drivers along with the growth outlook. All in all, the report is essential for corporate strategic planning functions in firms operating or planning to get into the 3rd largest economy in ASEAN.
More details on the publisher and its reports can be found at ChartingASEAN page.