Emerging Asia Economics

Emerging Asia Economics Focus

10 April, 2018

Asia’s Tiger economies are getting harder to follow

Despite the growing protectionist threat from the US, a combination of rising automation and the migration of some productive capacity into the cheaper interior mean that China is likely to remain a highly competitive export manufacturing centre for the foreseeable future. This will have big implications for low-wage Asian economies such as the Philippines, Indonesia and India, for whom the sort of labour-intensive, manufacturing-led growth that the Asian Tiger economies followed in the past, will

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