Global Economic Tracker: Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Asia-Pacific Quarter 2 2015

Global Economic Tracker: Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Asia-Pacific Quarter 2 2015

A Quarterly Pulse of Growth Opportunities

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26-Jun-2015
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9A6C-00-0C-00-00
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Increase in public expenditure on infrastructure and spur in investment are expected to be the primary growth drivers of the emerging Asia-Pacific region during H2 2015. Other factors that drive growth include rise in investment, growth in public expenditure, robust infrastructural development, and higher employment. While a positive growth outlook is backed partly by declining oil prices, any untoward reversal of oil price trend could bring about sudden growth impediment in the region. Sound credit expansion management is essential as the growing capital inflow into the region comes with the risk of mounting household debts and property price bubbles. However, the recovery of the US market is likely to improve the exports demand in the emerging APAC region. Governments’ plans to increase public expenditure are further projected to boost domestic demand and raise consumer and investor confidence levels during H2 2015.

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GET-IT Emerging APAC Consolidated Data File Quarter 2 2015

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Increase in public expenditure on infrastructure and spur in investment are expected to be the primary growth drivers of the emerging Asia-Pacific region during H2 2015. Other factors that drive growth include rise in investment, growth in public expenditure, robust infrastructural development, and higher employment. While a positive growth outlook is backed partly by declining oil prices, any untoward reversal of oil price trend could bring about sudden growth impediment in the region. Sound credit expansion management is essential as the growing capital inflow into the region comes with the risk of mounting household debts and property price bubbles. However, the recovery of the US market is likely to improve the exports demand in the emerging APAC region. Governments’ plans to increase public expenditure are further projected to boost domestic demand and raise consumer and investor confidence levels during H2 2015.
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Author Debanjali Sen
WIP Number 9A6C-00-0C-00-00
Keyword 1 emerging economy in APAC
Keyword 2 Emerging Asia-Pacific Quarter 2
Keyword 3 Economic Tracker
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