Emerging Asia Economics

Emerging Asia Economic Outlook

16 January, 2018

Growth to slow from a five-year high

Growth in Emerging Asia reached a five-year high in 2017 but we think that it has now peaked and will slow gradually over the next couple of years. The main headwind will come from the export sector. Despite the decent outlook for the global economy, the recent surge in export volumes looks unsustainable. Meanwhile, domestic demand is also likely to struggle in many places, further weighing on prospects. With growth set to slow and inflation under control in most of the region, policymakers will

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