Singapore is among the top five most globally connected countries © Bloomberg/Getty Images
Singapore is among the top five most globally connected countries © Bloomberg/Getty Images

Southeast Asia 'outperforming' on economic connections

20 February 2019

Regional supply chains played a vital role in propelling four Asian countries to the top five of a list of countries that are punching above their weight when it comes to connectedness. 

Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam were, alongside Mozambique, the top five “outperforming” nations in the DHL Global Connectedness Index (GCI) – a detailed analysis of globalisation, measured by international flows of trade, capital, information and people.

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