In the media | 11 Jan 2023

UNRAVEL: How will the Asian economy fare in 2023?

Sung-Eun-Jung

Sung Eun Jung

Senior Economist, Macro Forecasting & Analysis

Vietnam

Sung Eun Jung, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics discusses the economic prospects for Asia in 2023 with UNRAVEL.

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