The ASEAN+3 region is in a sweet spot for tourism. Globally, the trends are favourable for tourism with a rapidly rising middle class, improved connectivity, and shifting consumer preferences. Read AMRO's latest blog on how to develop the region's tourism sector further.
The bulk of corporate debt in China is not risky. But the problem is concentrated and more severe in some sectors where credits have built up while profitability and repayment capacities have declined, as noted by AMRO in its recent study.
2018-04-05T22:12:47+00:00 October 2nd, 2017|
The spotlight has always been on the central bank to curb inflation. However, in several developing countries, including Myanmar, curbing inflation is not solely a matter for the central bank, but also for the fiscal authorities.
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