By 2050, Asia's gross domestic product will comprise more than half of the world's output.
Whilst China and India will be the two biggest economies, the mature economies of Japan and Korea will remain important and a number of ASEAN countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia will have overtaken the output of slower growing European countries.
Asia's growth creates tremendous opportunities for European and US companies to invest in Asia, Asian companies to invest in Europe and the US, and new businesses to be formed, grow and prosper throughout the region.
Olswang is helping clients in Asia with advisory, disputes and transactional mandates and is in particular helping new clients in technology, telecoms and media take advantage of the opportunities unlocked by Asia's growth. Our team in Singapore comprises lawyers with the local market background and language skills required to translate strategy into implementation.
Olswang also operates in Hong Kong through an association with independent, award-winning law firm Haldanes. Together, Olswang and Haldanes provide commercial, corporate, dispute resolution, and regulatory advice. Coupled with Olswang’s proprietary Singapore office, this alliance gives Olswang North and South Asia coverage.