In the media | 02 Mar 2023

Alex Holmes: Declining exports, worldwide implications

Alex Holmes

Alex Holmes

Lead Economist

Export

Alex Holmes, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, is interviewed by Moh Heng Ying on BFM 89.9 The Business Station to discuss the key drivers of slumping Asia exports and its implication for the global economy.

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The export slump isn’t over yet in APAC


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