Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – Emerging Asia-Pacific Quarter 1, 2013

Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – Emerging Asia-Pacific Quarter 1, 2013

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

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20-May-2013
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Research Code: 9A6C-00-02-00-00
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In Asia-Pacific (APAC), emerging countries are likely to experience better export growth in early 2013 than the developed countries here. Due to a higher level of liquidity and domestic savings rate, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam will probably maintain steady economic growth in H1 2013. Increasing per capita income, high investment in infrastructure, and strong domestic demand are factors that help overcome the effects of the global economic slowdown. The business climate is positive, as most global manufacturing companies focus on APAC due to the slowdown in Europe and the US.

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GET-IT Emerging APAC Consolidated Data File Quarter 1 2013

In Asia-Pacific (APAC), emerging countries are likely to experience better export growth in early 2013 than the developed countries here. Due to a higher level of liquidity and domestic savings rate, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam will probably maintain steady economic growth in H1 2013. Increasing per capita income, high investment in infrastructure, and strong domestic demand are factors that help overcome the effects of the global economic slowdown. The business climate is positive, as most global manufacturing companies focus on APAC due to the slowdown in Europe and the US.
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Author Sudipta Chakraborty
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