ASEAN economies have been at the heart of global trade integration over recent decades, as well as being a key part of China’s emergence into the global economy. But with world trade set for slower expansion, and China’s economic growth becoming more domestically-led, how will these economies perform in the coming years? Oxford Economics analyses these issues in ICAEW Economic Insight: South East Asia 2016 Q1.
Oxford Economics are the economics partner to Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Read more here and view other reports, including Economic Insight: Africa; Economic Insight: Middle East; and Economic Insight: Greater China. See Tom Rogers, Associate Director of Macroeconomic Consulting and Economic Advisor to ICAEW discuss the South East Asia’s report’s findings in this short video here.
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