Our latest report on the economic outlook of 6 ASEAN economies (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines) revealed that that recovery will be delayed but not derailed. Sian Fenner, Lead Asia Economist joins Wong Shou Ning & Philip See on the “Morning Run” with BFM 89.9 ,a Malaysian radio station as she shares which of the ASEAN-6 countries would perform better this year and which sectors will continue to struggle.
Listen to the full podcast below.
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