Transformative Post-COVID-19 Trends and Growth Opportunities in ASEAN

Transformative Post-COVID-19 Trends and Growth Opportunities in ASEAN

COVID-19 Creating Transformational Growth Opportunities in ASEAN

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Macroeconomic Growth Opportunities in Post-COVID-19 ASEAN covers the positive and negative impacts of the pandemic on the economy of 4 countries—Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by World Health Organization on 11 March, 2020 and is expected to severely impact the global economy. As of early June, 2020, there were more than 6 million positive cases of coronavirus and Thailand was the first country outside China to announce positive cases (on 13 January 2020).

The study forecasts the recovery scenario of each country’s economy. It identifies aviation and tourism as the worst-hit sectors, due to global restrictions in movements. The impact has been positive on the ICT and medical devices industries, with a sudden spike in demand. The study outlines the corresponding economic trends and forecasts for the ASEAN countries.

Various strategic imperatives have been discussed, explaining how the countries can combat COVID-19. Impact of the oil price war inflicted by oil-importing countries in mid-April has also been analyzed.

All 4 countries have announced various stimulus packages worth billions of dollars over the course of the last few months to stabilize the economy. These packages were primarily directed toward saving and creating jobs, supporting SMEs, and helping individuals and households. The study also highlights the important monetary policy measures taken by the countries during COVID-19.

Major shifts in workforce, consumer behavior, and consumer spending have been witnessed, due to the pandemic. As a result, unemployment and poverty in underdeveloped and developing countries are additional concerns. A new normal in each country is set to follow post COVID-19, includes wearing masks and maintaining social distance.

Many countries are opening up their economy in phases, with strict regulations in place. Essential services, food outlets, and retail stores starting their businesses first. However, aviation and tourism are yet to pick up, as global movements are still restricted across countries. Most of the flights in operation are repatriation flights bringing back native citizens from various countries.

Frost & Sullivan continues to track market developments across sectors and geographies.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Top Trends

Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives in ASEAN

Drop in Oil Prices and its Impact on Singapore’s Economy

Drop in Oil Prices and its Impact on Malaysia’s Economy

Drop in Oil Prices and its Impact on Thailand’s Economy

Drop in Oil Prices and its Impact on Indonesia’s Economy

Growth Opportunities Fueling the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis—ASEAN

ASEAN Segmentation

COVID-19 Impact

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in Singapore

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in Malaysia

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in Indonesia

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in Thailand

Top 5 Economic Growth Opportunities in ASEAN

COVID-19 Impact on World GDP Growth

COVID-19 Impact on Key Regions

Forecast Scenarios for ASEAN

Key Growth Metrics for ASEAN

Key Growth Metrics for ASEAN (continued)

COVID-19—GDP Growth Outlook: Singapore

COVID-19—GDP Growth Outlook: Malaysia

COVID-19—GDP Growth Outlook: Thailand

COVID-19—GDP Growth Outlook: Indonesia

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Singapore: Aviation

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Singapore: Construction

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Singapore: Hotels

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Thailand: Aviation

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Thailand: Tourism

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Malaysia: Aviation

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Malaysia: Retail

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Malaysia: Tourism

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Indonesia: Aviation

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Indonesia: Retail

COVID-19—Sectors Affected in Indonesia: Tourism

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Singapore

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Singapore (continued)

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Thailand

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Thailand (continued)

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Malaysia

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Malaysia (continued)

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Indonesia

Country-specific Economic Stimulus Measures—Indonesia (continued)

Country-specific Monetary Policy Measures—Singapore

Country-specific Monetary Policy Measures—Thailand

Country-specific Monetary Policy Measures—Malaysia

Country-specific Monetary Policy Measures—Indonesia

ASEAN Economic Trends and Predictions

Growth Opportunity 1: Investment in Healthcare for Increased Demand of Medical Devices and Telemedicine

Growth Opportunity 1: Investment in Healthcare for Increased Demand of Medical Devices and Telemedicine (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Engaging Customers Through Online Platforms for Increasing Online Retail Sales

Growth Opportunity 2: Engaging Customers Through Online Platforms for Increasing Online Retail Sales (continued)

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Macroeconomic Growth Opportunities in Post-COVID-19 ASEAN covers the positive and negative impacts of the pandemic on the economy of 4 countries—Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by World Health Organization on 11 March, 2020 and is expected to severely impact the global economy. As of early June, 2020, there were more than 6 million positive cases of coronavirus and Thailand was the first country outside China to announce positive cases (on 13 January 2020). The study forecasts the recovery scenario of each countrys economy. It identifies aviation and tourism as the worst-hit sectors, due to global restrictions in movements. The impact has been positive on the ICT and medical devices industries, with a sudden spike in demand. The study outlines the corresponding economic trends and forecasts for the ASEAN countries. Various strategic imperatives have been discussed, explaining how the countries can combat COVID-19. Impact of the oil price war inflicted by oil-importing countries in mid-April has also been analyzed. All 4 countries have announced various stimulus packages worth billions of dollars over the course of the last few months to stabilize the economy. These packages were primarily directed toward saving and creating jobs, supporting SMEs, and helping individuals and households. The study also highlights the important monetary policy measures taken by the countries during COVID-19. Major shifts in workforce, consumer behavior, and consumer spending have been witnessed, due to the pandemic. As a result, unemployment and poverty in underdeveloped and developing countries are additional concerns. A new normal in each country is set to follow post COVID-19, includes wearing masks and maintaining social distance. Many countries are opening up their economy in phases, with strict regulations in place. Essential services, food outlets, and retail stores starting their businesses first. However, aviation and tourism are yet to pick up, as global movements are still restricted across countries. Most of the flights in operation are repatriation flights bringing back native citizens from various countries. Frost & Sullivan continues to track market developments across sectors and geographies.
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