Tag Archives: East Asia

Riding the Wave: An East Asian Miracle for the 21st Century

The World Bank has just published the report “Riding the Wave: An East Asian Miracle for the 21st Century”. Developing East Asia has led the way in showing how rapid and broadly shared growth can lift millions out of poverty. And, as this book shows, the region has achieved even more: the wave of prosperity …
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Aging in East Asia and Pacific

The World Bank has just published the report “Live Long and Prosper: Aging in East Asia and Pacific.” The study shows that East Asia is aging faster than any other region in history, which could lead to a steep drop in the size of its workforce and sharp increases in public spending on pensions, health …
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East Asia and Pacific Economic Update

The World Bank has just launched the East Asia and Pacific Economic Update 2010, entitled “Robust Recovery, Rising Risks”. The report explores how developing East Asia’s growth has rebounded rapidly since the worst of the crisis. Output has recovered to above pre-crisis levels throughout developing East Asia and in some countries is expanding at near …
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Asia Economic Monitor – July 2010

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has just launched the July edition of the Asia Economic Monitor. The ADB has upgraded its 2010 growth forecast for the 14 economies of emerging East Asia to an aggregate 8.1 percent from the 7.7 percent projected in the former Asian Development Outlook 2010, published in April. Emerging East Asia …
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