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22 Apr 2020  |  Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, H1 2020

COVID-19 Outbreak to Weigh Severely on Demand

Economies in Asia-Pacific are likely to experience sluggish growth in 2020 on account of the unexpected ramifications of the COVID-19 outbreak. Regional growth is likely to remain stunted in H1 2020 due to the outbreak, but expected to pick up in H2 2020 as the lockdowns and travel bans are expected to be lifted. Key economies like Australia and ...

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17 Sep 2019  |  Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, H2 2019

Weak External Sector Performance Restraining Growth

The economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region experienced a slowdown due to increasing global trade tensions in the second quarter of 2019. Key economies in the region such as China, India, and Thailand have experienced slower than anticipated growth rates, in line with global economic slowdown. In H2 2019, inflationary pressure in the region rema...

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12 Feb 2019  |  Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, H1 2018

Uneven Economic Growth; Countries Navigate Trade Policy Uncertainties

Economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region slumped from 5.2% in Q4 2017 to 5.0% in Q1 2018, as the escalation of the trade war between China and the United States had repercussions for global trade growth. China’s growth is likely to slump further from the 6.2% registered in Q2 2018, as manufacturing output started declining in Q2 2018. Australia...

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12 Feb 2019  |  Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, H2 2018

Slump in Manufacturing Output Restraining Growth

In Q3 2018, regional growth in the Asia-Pacific region remained stagnated at 4.6% with growth expected to remain low during the forecast period. In Australia, GDP growth increased from 2.4% in 2017 to 2.9% in 2018, largely due to increase in business investment and private consumption. Sri Lanka is expected to register 2.9% in Q3 2018, slower than ...

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Manufacturing sector accounts for 24 percent of the GDP in 2009. With an aim to become industrialized country by 2020, Vietnams manufacturing industry has been undergoing major changes as a result of government initiatives, WTO commitments and industrial liberalization. Industrial development strategy for the period 2011-2020 to focus on the devel...

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20 Apr 2009  |  Asia Pacific

Wind Energy Legislation in Developing Asian Economies

 

India, China, Pakistan, and Bangladesh can be expected to emerge as the future places for wind energy installation. Globally, sustainable renewable energy supplies is set to gain importance making wind as one of the fastest forms of energy generation in 2009. Analysis reveals that the respective governments of the four chosen Asian economies are ...

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Russia has long awaited the outcome of its accession process. The implications of accession will have both a positive and negative impact on Russia and its trade partners. The major consensus of this analysis, however, points to important long-term gains that are evident to the Russian economy and certain opportunities that accession will give trad...

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Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa have grouped themselves as a bloc and have met at the BRICS Summits since 2009. The Fourth Summit held in 2012 in New Delhi was perhaps the most important meeting of the bloc for 2012. The Summit came up with declarations aimed at strengthening and insulating the member countries from the global economi...

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22 Aug 2011  |  Asia Pacific

Japan Earthquake: Economic Implications

 

Earthquake and tsunami that followed earthquake have caused severe damages to coastal areas and industrial centers in Japan. Several industries were affected including transportation, energy, agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing. This resulted in power shortages, supply chain disruption, reduction of business activity and tourism, and drop in co...

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China has moved from a fixed exchange rate regime to a floating rate by pegging its currency to a basket of currencies in 2005. Since then, the value of yuan has become a central issue affecting global trade environment, because the yuan is considered to be undervalued by China's major trading partners. Due to the global slowdown, China has given ...

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