The ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) is an international organization (IO) that aims to contribute to the macroeconomic and financial resilience and stability of the ASEAN+3 region—comprising 10 member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and China; Hong Kong, China; Japan; and Korea.
To fulfill its mandate, AMRO focuses on three core functions—conducting macroeconomic surveillance, supporting ASEAN+3 RFAs, including ensuring the operational readiness of the Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralisation (CMIM), and providing TA to members. In addition, AMRO also serves as a regional knowledge hub and provides support to ASEAN+3 financial cooperation.
AMRO was established as a company limited by guarantee in Singapore in April 2011, and transformed into an international organization in February 2016.
Contribute to the macroeconomic and financial resilience and stability of the region through surveillance, supporting regional financing arrangements, providing technical assistance, serving as a regional knowledge hub and facilitating ASEAN+3 financial cooperation.
An independent, credible, and professional regional organization acting as a trusted policy advisor to ASEAN+3 members and thought leader with global influence.
Agreement Establishing ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (“AMRO”) or AMRO Agreement is a legal document among ASEAN+3 members that covers the establishment, purpose, function, governance, and other issues related to AMRO’s operations.
AMRO’s Factsheet provides snapshots of AMRO’s mission, vision, core functions, organizational structure, and activities.
AMRO’s Annual Reports
AMRO’s Annual Reports provide updates on AMRO’s developments and operations as well as its accomplishments on an annual basis.