Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) – Emerging Asia-Pacific Quarter 3 2013

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Emerging APAC will experience restrained growth in the latter half of 2013 due to the persistent uncertainties in the global economy. However the trade balances are likely to improve owing to a gradual rise in the external demand. Rising private consumption demand will remain the main driver for the manufacturing growth in the region. The oil export driven economies of Indonesia and Malaysia will benefit from the increase in global energy prices. Power supply shortages will continue to stall the industrial growth of the region in H2 2013. However continuous investment in infrastructure and human capital will increase the productive capacity of the region and thus lead to an inclusive and sustainable growth in the long-run.

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