Moving from China to India, Vietnam and Emerging Asia

Published: May 2011

As costs in China begin to rise, an increasing number of companies are looking at either relocating, or considering moving part of their facilities to lower cost markets in Asia.

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As costs in China begin to rise, an increasing number of companies are looking at either relocating, or considering moving part of their facilities to lower cost markets in Asia. This makes sense, China as a consumer market is beginning to become wealthier, while the lower production costs available elsewhere make sense for supplying the global market.

In this special report we take a look at the operational costs of a typical factory in South China, and make comparisons between these are similar operations in India and Vietnam. We also take a look at Indochina – home to even cheaper labor, and additionally examine the legal and tax positions of China, India and Vietnam, looking at where future policies concerning attracting FDI are heading.

As this new century moves onto its second decade, it is apparent that the rise of China has spurred other regional economies forward. With that comes choice, and I hope that the contents within this report will enable the Asia based executive to begin to consider markets beyond that of China’s borders. The opportunities are there.

 

Number of Pages: 25


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