What’s next for Asia’s manufacturing and exports?
Topic: Asia’s manufacturing production and exports are not immune to ongoing global supply-side constraints. But our analysis shows that regional factors such as China’s weakening demand and domestic Covid-related restrictions have at times played a more important role. We discuss the drivers behind the slowdown in Asia’s manufacturing sector and exports and present our short-term outlook.
Sung Eun Jung
Sung Eun Jung
Sung Eun Jung | Senior Economist
Based in Oxford Economics Singapore office, Sung leads Indonesia and Singapore research as well as contributing to the Asia Pacific regional analysis, with a focus on Southeast Asia. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Sung worked at the IMF as a Research Officer for 6 years.
Lloyd Chan | Senior Economist
Lloyd is an Senior Economist for Oxford Economics’ Asia-Pacific Global Macro Services team. He is responsible for conducting macroeconomic research and forecasting with a focus on the East Asia region. Prior to joining Oxford Economics in May 2019, Lloyd spent three years at United Overseas Bank (UOB) in Singapore.
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