Asia’s financial markets are increasingly vulnerable to external shocks. Here are three steps to make its economies more resilient.
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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The developing world has a long way to go to reach the stage of financial sector development of advanced economies.
As Asia and the Pacific emerges from the pandemic, companies must embrace principle as well as profit.
How wisely governments cope with current and long-term economic challenges caused by COVID-19 will be an important defining factor for the prosperity of our and future generations.
In the future, many Asian economies may not accumulate huge trade surpluses or foreign financial assets as quickly as now.
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Governments need to strategically use financing opportunities while safeguarding their economies from the risks of runaway debt and poor debt management.
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