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Economic trends in Asia

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Economic trends in Asia

 

Asia was the first region to experience the Covid-19 virus, but the economic effects have varied widely across the region. Northeast Asia, Korea and Taiwan have emerged stronger than others, while structurally open economies like Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand are facing historic downturns. Some sectors, like online commerce and tech, have sailed through, while others, like tourism, have taken a hit. Dane Chamorro is joined by Priyanka Kishore, Global Macro Services Lead at Oxford Economics, to discuss current economic trends across the Asia Pacific region.  

 

 

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