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Regional Economic Outlook.

Author: International Monetary Fund Asia and Pacific Dept
Publisher: Washington : International Monetary Fund, 2010.
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One year after the deepest recession in recent history, Asia is leading the global recovery. The Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific discusses the near-term outlook for the region, as well as the medium-term policy challenges that countries face. As in many emerging and developing markets, Asia rebounded swiftly during 2009 and in the first quarter of 2010, and in the near term the region is expected to  Read more...
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Dept, International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific.
Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific, April 2010.
Washington : International Monetary Fund, ©2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: International Monetary Fund Asia and Pacific Dept
ISBN: 9781452708348 1452708347
OCLC Number: 870244736
Notes: 2.5 Asia: Current Account Balance.
Description: 1 online resource (90 pages)
Contents: Cover; Contents; Definitions; Executive Summary; SECTION A --
Asia and Pacific: Leading the Global Recovery; I. Recent Developments and Main Themes; A. Overview; Figures; 1.1 Assessing Global Growth Momentum; 1.2 Contributions to Global Growth; 1.3 Asia: Domestic Demand Around Business Cycles; 1.4 Selected Emerging Asia: Growth Differential vis-à-vis the United States versus Net Capital Inflows; B. Recent Developments; 1.5 Selected Asia: Exports; 1.6 Net Flows to Equity Funds; 1.7 Selected Asia: Corporate Bond (AAA) Spread over Government Securities; 1.8 Selected Asia: Labor Market Conditions. 1.9 Selected Asia: Manufacturing Capacity Utilization1.10 Emerging Asia: Consumer Prices; Boxes; 1.1 Recent Exchange-Rate Developments in Asia; 1.11 Asia: Growth Momentum; 1.2 What is the Outlook for Japan's Domestic Demand?; C. Asia, the Inventory Cycle, and the Role of China; 1.12 Selected Asia: Industrial Production and Inventory Cycle; 1.13 Selected Asia: Inventory and Shipments; 1.14 Asia's Exports to the United States and Inventory Cycle in the United States; 1.15 Asia: Export Links; 1.16 Selected Asia: GDP Growth and Value Added Linked to China Final Demand. D. Transitioning from Public to Private Domestic Demand?1.17 Selected Asia: Change in REER and World Export Market Shares; 1.18 Asia's Exports: Forward-Looking Indicators; 1.19 Impact of Fiscal Stimulus on 2009 Real GDP; 1.20 Selected Export-Oriented Asia: Contribution of Private Domestic Demand (excl. Inventories) to Growth; 1.21 Contribution to Recovery of Private Consumption in Asia; 1.22 Selected Asia: Private Consumption, Consumer Confidence, and Stock Prices; 1.23 Employment; 1.24 Household Credit, 2009; 1.25 Selected Asia: Private Domestic Demand. 1.26 Selected Asia: Change in Real Cost of Capital1.3 China: An Extraordinary Investment Response in 2009; 1.27 Selected Asia: Bank Credit to Corporate Sector; 1.28 Selected Asia: Credit to Households and Corporations; 1.29 Asia: Corporate Balance Sheet; 1.30 Selected Asia: Bond Issuance in Local Currency; E. Are Large Capital Flows Threatening Financial Stability?; 1.31 Bank Credit to SMEs and Large Corporations; 1.32 Asia: Fiscal Impulse, 2010; 1.33 Impact of Fiscal Stimulus on 2010 Real GDP; 1.34 Selected Emerging Asia: Net Capital Inflows; 1.35 Selected Asia: Net Capital Inflows. 1.36 Emerging Asia: Equity Prices and Price-Earnings Ratio1.37 Selected Asia: Property Prices; 1.38 Emerging Asia (excl. China): Excess Liquidity and Net Capital Inflows; 1.39 China and India: Composition of Reserve Money; 1.4 Lessons from Past Episodes of Large Capital Inflows in Asia; II. Projections, Risks, and Policy Challenges; A. Projections for 2010-11; Tables; 2.1 Asia: Real GDP Growth; 2.1 China and India: Contributions to Growth; 2.2 NIEs and ASEAN-5: Contributions to Growth; 2.3 Industrial Asia: Contributions to Growth; B. Risks to the Outlook; 2.4 Asia: Consumer Prices.
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One year after the deepest recession in recent history, Asia is leading the global recovery. The Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific discusses the near-term outlook for the region, as well as the medium-term policy challenges that countries face. As in many emerging and developing markets, Asia rebounded swiftly during 2009 and in the first quarter of 2010, and in the near term the region is expected to continue leading the global recovery. In the medium term, the global crisis has highlighted the importance for Asia of ensuring that private domestic demand becomes a more prominent eng.

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