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Business in the 21st century is increasingly connected with shifting borders. International partners will become standard practice as the product life cycles shorten and immediate distribution become imperative. As business is increasing its globalization, alliances multinational firms are becoming more popular. Cooperation between international firms can take many forms such as cross-licensing of proprietary technology, sharing of production facilities, co-funding of research projects, and marketing of each other products using existing distribution networks (Griffin and Pustay, 2005). Such forms of cooperation are known as strategic alliances, business arrangements wheree two or more firms choose to cooperate for their mutual benefit. A joint venture is a specific and more formal type of strategic alliance.
2.1 Defining International Joint Venture (IJV)
An international joint venture (IJV) is a special type of strategic a…
Singapore capital group Trillion Global Pte. Ltd. invests over 1.6 billion baht in Singha Estate Condominium Projects, signaling high confidence in Thailand’s property industry
In one of the latest developments that underlines foreign investors’ great confidence in Thailand’s property industry, Singapore company Trillion Global has invested more than 1.6 billion baht in 2 of Singha Estate PCL’s condominium projects: The ESSE Asoke and The ESSE at SINGHA COMPLEX.
Singapore’s leading real estate investment company Trillion Global, which has investment portfolios in many countries around the world, primarily in Asia and Europe, has given its stamp of approval to the property market in Thailand with continuing investments worth a combined 1.66 billion baht in condominium projects developed by Singha Estate.
Mr. William Loke, Managing Director of Trillion Global said, “Thailand has the potential to become a regional hub for ASEAN investment while…
On Wednesday June 14 the U.S. Federal Reserve boosted its key short-term interest rate by 25 basis points to between 1.00% and 1.25%.
The move, which marked the third hike since December last year, had been widely anticipated and is therefore not expected to have a significant impact on Asia Pacific.
CBRE Research retains its view that Hong Kong and Singapore remain most exposed to higher interest rates and are highly likely to experience further increases over the remainder of the year.
While other Asia Pacific markets are not expected to follow the U.S. in raising rates in the short term, they remain mindful of potential capital outflows as investors search for higher yields.
Bank lending for property in Asia Pacific remains tight in spite of the lack of movement in interest rates. While CBRE Research sees little immediate pressure for yield expansion on commercial property, the yield spread over the lending rate is expected to shrink over the…