Asia’s Growth Forecast

Via Emerging Markets Insight, a updated look at Asia’s economic forecast.  As the report notes:

Asia’s outlook has darkened over the last month as flooding in Thailand disrupted regional supply chains and declines in the Chinese property market injected uncertainty into the region’s growth forecasts. While these developments will require active monitoring, multinationals should keep them in perspective. Asia is still better positioned to weather a global downturn than most other regions.

APAC Outlook

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