Will China's Reopening Lift Asean Economies?
Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research, ANZ Bank
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2022 was a rocky year for all key members of ASEAN with the lingering effects from the COVID-19 variant of Omicron, the Russia-Ukraine war and rising inflation globally. As we start the new year in 2023 with the US and EU likely heading for a recession, coupled with an abrupt reopening by China and a likely surge in tourist arrivals, what does this hold for Asean economies and currencies? Also, which countries look most resilient and are poised to benefit the most? For insights, we speak to Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research, ANZ Bank.
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Produced by: Chong Tjen San
Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Wong Shou Ning, Chong Tjen San
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Categories: economy, international
Tags: asean currencies, asean economies, 2023, china reopening,