Dustin Daugherty

Dustin Daugherty

Country of Origin: United States
Title: Senior Associate, Business Intelligence
Office: Ho Chi Minh City Office
Languages: Chinese, Mandarin, English

Since 2015, Dustin has helped oversee Dezan Shira & Associates’ and Asia Briefing’s growth in ASEAN and Vietnam, specializing in client advisory on investments in the region, business intelligence, and free trade agreement advisory from our Ho Chi Minh City office. He has also worked in our Beijing, Shanghai, and Hanoi offices.

Dustin is a native of New York City, where he studied Political Science and International Relations at Columbia University. In his capacity at Dezan Shira & Associates Dustin has helped implement pre-investment planning trips for multi-national corporations and coordinates with Asia Briefing’s Business Intelligence in managing legal and regulatory monitoring solutions for the ASEAN region. He also is a frequent contributor and Senior Editor to our ASEAN Briefing and Vietnam Briefing publications. He has mastery over his native English and Mandarin Chinese.

Vietnam Economic Times: TPP's demise has some effect on US FDI 2017-02-22 Article
Bloomberg BNA: Suu Kyi Pushes for Myanmar Investment as Rohingya Crisis Deepens 2017-02-14 Article
Vietnam Economic Times: Positives in place 2016-09-15 Article
Reuters: Indonesian tax amnesty could spark outflow from Singapore wealth industry 2016-07-25 Article
ASEAN Briefing: The Guide to Corporate Establishment in Thailand Part One – Private Limited Companies 2015-12-28 Article
Vietnam Briefing: The TPP’s Rules of Origin and Key Tariff Reductions 2015-12-18 Article
ASEAN Briefing: The Guide to Employment Permits in Thailand for Foreign Workers 2015-12-16 Article
ASEAN Briefing: Personal Income Tax in Indonesia for Expatriate Workers Explained 2015-12-11 Article
Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Product Self-Certification Pilot Scheme Explained 2015-11-12 Article
ASEAN Briefing: UK Prime Minister Cameron’s ASEAN Trip Reflects Growing Trade Links and Opportunities 2015-08-04 Article


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