APAC Economic Outlook
Looking Forward to Looking Back
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The Asia-Pacific region has been under pressure this year. The global wave of monetary tightening has capped exports and domestic demand. Inflation remains volatile. China’s disappointing economic recovery has been an added weight.
While borrowing costs will remain higher for longer, there are some early signs of improvement heading into 2024. These include early signs that China’s domestic demand has at least hit a floor, although broader indicators remain uncertain. Also the global tech cycle downswing looks to have turned a corner with stronger demand for the high-end chips produced in South Korea and Taiwan.
Join Moody’s Analytics economists Steve Cochrane, Katrina Ell, Stefan Angrick, and Harry Murphy Cruise as they discuss the regional state of play and the outlook for 2024.
- The growth, inflation and monetary policy outlook for 2024.
- How China, India and Japan will influence the regional landscape.
- A closer look at geopolitics and how the important relationship between China and the U.S. is influencing the region.
- A view to how Southeast Asia benefits from shifts in supply-chain structures.
* We will conduct this webinar in English, and provide simultaneous interpretation in Chinese and Japanese.
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