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Regional Economic Outlook, April 2013.

Author: International Monetary Fund Asia and Pacific Dept
Publisher: Washington : International Monetary Fund, 2013.
Series: Regional Economic Outlook.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Growth in the region show signs of improving, as extreme risks emanating from advanced economies have receded and domestic demand remains resilient. A small and gradual pick-up in growth to over 53D percent is projected in 2013. Risks to the outlook from within the region, such as rising financial imbalances and asset prices in some economies, are beginning to emerge. Although Asia's banking and corporate sectors  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Dept, International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific.
Regional Economic Outlook, April 2013: Asia and Pacific - Shifting Risks, New Foundations for Growth.
Washington : International Monetary Fund, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: International Monetary Fund Asia and Pacific Dept
ISBN: 9781484398524 1484398521
OCLC Number: 867928017
Notes: 1.38 There Seems to Be a Middle-Income Trap.
Description: 1 online resource (69 pages).
Contents: Cover; Contents; Definitions; Executive Summary; 1. Managing Shifting Risks; Signs of Pickup amid Receding Tail Risks; Figures; 1.1 GDP Growth and Financial Market Conditions; 1.2 Selected Asia: Equity and Bond Funds --
Quarterly Net Flows during 2010-13; 1.3 Asia: Stock Markets; 1.4 Asia: Change in Credit to GDP, 2012; 1.5 Asia: Effective Exchange Rates; 1.6 Asia: Changes in Real GDP at Market Prices; 1.7 Selected Asia: Exports to Major Destinations; 1.8 Asia: Headline Inflation; 1.9 Asia: Contributions to 2012 Change in Headline Inflation Rate. Stronger Prospects in the Period Ahead Hinge on Internal Demand Dynamics1.10 Asia: Current Account Balances; 1.11 Indicator Model for Asia: Projected vs. Actual Real GDP Growth; 1.12 Selected Asia: Contributions to Projected Growth; 1.13 Asia: Financial Conditions Index (FCI); Table; 1.1 Asia and Pacific: Real GDP; 1.14 Emerging Asia: Response of Credit Growth and Long-Term Interest Rate to Non-FDI Inflows; 1.15 Emerging Asia: Response of Domestic Demand to Portfolio Equity Flows; 1.16 Selected Asia: External Dependence and Role of U.S. and EU Demand versus Japan and China. 1.17 Asia: Headline Consumer Price InflationBoxes; 1.1 ASEAN-5 Integration as a Source of Resilience; 1.2 Asia's Electronics Sector: An Engine of Growth for All?; 1.3 Effects and Spillover Channels of a Successful Reflation in Japan; More Balanced, but Shifting Risks; 1.18 Asia: Real GDP Growth; 1.19 Asia Financial Stability Heat Map; 1.20 Asia: Nonfinancial Corporate Debt-to-Equity Ratio; 1.4 Remittances: Shock Amplifi er or Absorber for Emerging and Developing Asia?; 1.21 Corporate Debt-to-Equity Ratio; 1.22 Selected Asia: Nonfinancial Corporate Sector --
Return on Assets. 1.23 Selected Asia: Tier 1 Capital Ratio1.24 Selected Asia: Liquidity Ratio; 1.25 Selected Asia: Return on Assets; 1.26 Selected Asia: Nonperforming Loans Ratio; 1.27 Selected Asia: Commercial Banks' Loss-Absorbing Buffers; 1.28 Selected Asia: Contribution to Export Growth; 1.29 Selected Asia: Links to Japan and Export Growth in 2011:Q2; 1.30 China Slowdown Scenario: Impact on Real GDP after Two Years; A Transition to Rebuilding Policy Space; 1.31 Japan Risk Contagion Scenario: Impact on Real GDP after Two Years; 1.32 Selected Asia: Policy Rates; 1.33 Selected Asia: Monetary Policy Stances. 1.34 Output Gap vs. Credit Gap, Latest1.35 Selected Asia: FX Reserve Accumulation; 1.5 Macroprudential Measures and Capital Flow Measures: The Experience in Asia; 1.36 Selected Asia: Cyclically Adjusted Fiscal Balance; 1.37 Selected Asia: Size of Automatic Stabilizers and Vulnerabilities to a Slowdown in the United States and European Union; 1.6 Chinese Capital Account Liberalization and the Internationalization of the Renminbi; 1.7 How Will the Basel III Capital and Liquidity Requirements Affect Asian Banks?; Laying Foundations for Sustained and Shared Prosperity.
Series Title: Regional Economic Outlook.

Abstract:

Growth in the region show signs of improving, as extreme risks emanating from advanced economies have receded and domestic demand remains resilient. A small and gradual pick-up in growth to over 53D percent is projected in 2013. Risks to the outlook from within the region, such as rising financial imbalances and asset prices in some economies, are beginning to emerge. Although Asia's banking and corporate sectors have solid buffers, monetary policymakers should stand ready to respond early and decisively to shifting risks, and macroprudential measures will also have a role to play. In many Asia.

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