In the media | 26 Jun 2023

Bloomberg: Oxford Economics’ Raha on Eco Week Ahead

Arup Raha, Chief APAC Economist at Oxford Economics, joins Bloomberg to discuss the key economic events ahead in the region and the impact of the geopolitical tensions.

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