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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN and South Korea
    in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan back ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and

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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN-Korean Multilevel Cooperation
    Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Doing Business in ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel

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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN and India
    back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Doing Business in ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and India ASEAN and India The India ASEAN relationship has entered into its third decade India became a sectoral partner of ASEAN in 1992 a dialogue partner of ASEAN in 1996 and a summit level partner of ASEAN in Phnom Penh in 2002 In 2003 India and ASEAN signed the Instrument of Accession to the TAC in Southeast Asia at the Bali Summit which outlines a framework on Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and contains a joint declaration for cooperation to combat international terrorism The Vientiane Summit of 2004 marked a significant milestone in India ASEAN relations The ASEAN India Partnership for Peace Progress and Shared Prosperity and the Plan of Action to implement it were concluded The first plan of action was implemented from 2004 to 2010 The second plan of action for 2010 to 2015 has been adopted and is being implemented New Delhi hosted the India ASEAN Commemorative Summit in December 2012 to mark 20 years of its association with ASEAN and 10 years of its summit level partnership This Summit also marked two decades of India s Look East Policy and its economic liberalisation process At the 2012 Summit the India ASEAN relationship was elevated to a strategic

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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN-India Trade Relations
    and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Doing

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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
    for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan back ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade

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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN and the European Union
    China ASEAN and China back ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan back ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea

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  • Business in Asean - ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand
    Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN back Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China back ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan back ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and

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  • FAQ - Banking & Finance
    and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home FAQs Banking Finance Banking Finance Can I borrow from Singapore to support my operations or projects overseas If there is a parent subsidiary relationship the bank can consider granting a loan to the Singapore parent to support the working capital requirements of the overseas subsidiary Usually the Singapore loan will be funded as shareholders loan to the overseas subsidiary If the companies are unrelated or related by common shareholders it will not be possible to direct funds loan to the Singapore entity to the overseas subsidiary On the other hand it is possible for Singapore banks to lend directly to entities incorporated in Indonesia Vietnam and Malaysia However this is subjected to the local banking regulations In addition to certain local banking regulations will also limit the amount a local entity can borrow from an offshore financial institution Can I pledge or mortgage my assets in one country for facilities in another country There are a variety of factors to consider to allow onshore borrowings for offshore projects Factors to consider will include 1 ease of flow of funds ie whether there are capital controls limiting funds transfer 2 contractual agreement to clearly define job project undertaken by offshore onshore companies etc Can I pledge or mortgage my assets in one country to facilitates borrowings from another country For Indonesia and Malaysia you can pledge certain fixed assets to secure the offshore loans subjected to Indonesian laws will need further clarification from local legal counsels For Vietnam China Thailand the onshore mortgagor can pledge the assets to UOB local branches and extend a bank instruments such as an Standby Letter of Credit to secure loans extended to the offshore company However this is again subjected to foreign exchange laws governing guarantees within the respective countries What are other financing options are available from Singapore As a Participating Financial Institution UOB offers a range of Government Assistance Schemes that has been specially designed to meet specific upgrading and expansion for Singapore based companies For companies with overseas expansion plans the International Finance Scheme

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