The surveillance unit of ASEAN+3 countries (ASEAN, China, Japan and Korea). Monitors and analyses regional economies and contributes to the early detection of risks, provides policy recommendations for remedial actions and, ensures the effective decision-making of CMIM.
(A) AMRO Agreement
(B) ASEAN+3 Joint Statements
(C) The Relationship between AMRO & CMIM
AMRO’s purpose is to contribute to securing the economic and financial stability of the region through conducting regional economic surveillance and supporting the implementation of the CMIM. To fulfil its purpose, AMRO’s functions are to:
monitor, assess and report to members on their macroeconomic status and financial soundness;
identify for members macroeconomic and financial risks and vulnerabilities in the region and assist them, if requested, in the timely formulation of policy recommendations to mitigate such risks;
support members in the implementation of the regional financial arrangement; and
conduct such other activities necessary for achieving the purpose of AMRO as may be determined by the Executive Committee.
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