BIMP-EAGA promotes market-driven and private sector-led growth. The private sector is crucial in mobilizing trade and investments to support sustainable and inclusive development in the subregion.
BIMP-EAGA Investment Incentives
BIMP-EAGA member countries have greatly expanded efforts to promote and facilitate domestic and foreign investments and to create a stable, predictable, and transparent regulatory environment.Learn More
BIMP-EAGA's Foreign Direct Investment Laws and Regulations
While BIMP-EAGA countries have different policies governing foreign direct investments (FDIs), all four countries have set down investment laws and regulations to attract investors.
Here's an overview of each country's FDI laws and regulations.Read More
BIMP-EAGA Vision 2025
BIMP-EAGA aspires to become resilient, inclusive, sustainable, and economically competitive by 2025. It is developing a more competitive manufacturing sector with higher levels of value-added production. It is also positioning itself as the “food basket” for Asia and as a premier tourism destination.Learn More
Results of the Business Perceptions Survey
The study identified the key factors that influence investment decisions in BIMP-EAGA economic corridors.
Investment Opportunities in Corridor Value Chains
A study supported by the Asian Development Bank explores the potential for investment in cross-border value chains in the West Borneo Economic Corridor and the Greater Sulu Sulawesi Corridor.