This holiday season, Christmas tree lights will still flicker despite the US-PRC trade tensions. But if the conflict rages, they may be dimmer next year.
Jong Woo Kang
Jong Woo is a seasoned economist with extensive knowledge and experience on policy and strategic issues. He leads the publication of Asian Economic Integration Report. Jong Woo’s areas of research interest include regional integration, inclusive growth, macroeconomic and trade policies, and aid effectiveness.
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An inversion of the US bond yield curve usually foreshadows an economic downcycle. But this time could be different.
Emerging economies should take careful stock of their economic fundamentals, and intensify efforts to improve their current account and fiscal soundness.
In the future, many Asian economies may not accumulate huge trade surpluses or foreign financial assets as quickly as now.
Both global and regional trade integration can affect national exports, and vice versa.
Asia’s financial markets are increasingly vulnerable to external shocks. Here are three steps to make its economies more resilient.
Asian policy makers must take proactive steps to turn a nascent upturn into a sustained boom. Missing the opportunity will have enormous costs.