Over the past decade, the ASEAN+3 region has achieved a remarkable pace of economic development. The region has emerged as the biggest driver of global growth and continues to remain relatively resilient amid continuing global headwinds.
Malaysia’s headline inflation has been moderating in recent months. The pace of consumer price increases has come off steadily from 4.2% in the latter half of 2022 to below 2% since August 2023.
With excess liquidity in the Philippine banking system, the BSP must borrow or ‘withdraw’ liquidity from the market to prevent market rates from falling below the policy rate.
Economic stagnation raises questions about Brunei’s future prosperity. The hydrocarbon-based economic model, which has served the country well for decades, is ripe for change.
Watch the highlights of AMRO's 2023 Annual Consultation Report on China. China's economy grew by 5.2% in 2023 and is expected to sustain its momentum with a 5.3% growth…
China’s economy should recover steadily in 2024, supported by well-calibrated and targeted monetary, financial, and fiscal policies.
China’s economy is expected to continue to recover, returning to its trend trajectory in 2024.
Speaking to 21st Century Business Herald, AMRO Chief Economist Hoe Ee Khor discusses the region's economic trajectory this year as well as China's impact on ASEAN.
Growth for ASEAN+3 was better than expected in 2023, supported by a turnaround in exports amid robust domestic demand and stabilizing economic activities in China.
AMRO Chief Economist Hoe Ee Khor discusses the 2024 outlook for the ASEAN+3 region and China on CNBC's Squawk Box Asia.