Market Report Asia Pacific

Deloitte Asia Pacific Economic Outlook August 2014

This edition gives a near-term outlook for China, Japan, Myanmar, and Singapore. The demand for credit has not abated in China. Japan seems to be recovering quickly from the tax-induced downturn. Despite foreign aid coming in, more needs to be done for Myanmar’s economy. And Singapore is planning to become the world’s first 'smart nation.'
Cover Image from Deloitte Asia Pacific Economic Outlook August 2014
Deloitte Asia Pacific Economic Outlook August 2014

Deloitte China: Credit demand and capital flightDr. Ira KalishAs the Chinese economy slows and the government cracks down on corruption, the demand for credit has not abated. Affluent Chinese are also becoming...

Japan: After tax increase, now time to deregulateDr. Rumki MajumdarThere are increasing signs that the Japanese economy is rebounding from the impact of the April sales tax rise. Also, there has been positive news in...

Myanmar: A long and challenging road aheadAkrur BaruaSince Myanmar started opening its economy, foreign investment and expertise have been flowing in, aiding efforts to plug gaps in infrastructure...

Singapore: Looking to the futureAkrur BaruaSingapore's plan to become the world's first "smart nation" is ambitious but by no means impossible. It is one of many measures that policymakers...

Click here to view the complete article.



Logos, product and company names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.