This book summarizes the foreign investment systems and policies of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. It provides a comparison of laws and business incentives between developing and developed countries in Asia. It emphasizes the basic regulations and policies rather than giving a detailed analysis of the foreign investment required in each country. In addition, practical advice on how to comply with investment law and some indication in the text of tax rates and levels of exemption are given. There are summary boxes of main points, comparative costs, tax rates and exemptions.