Eurozone crisis to have limited impact on southeast Asia – Asean Risk 2012

Resilience in regional markets will insulate Asian nations from any European slowdown, say economists during Asean Risk 2012 roundtable

The euro domino

The ongoing instability in the eurozone should not have a knock-on effect on the Asean region due to positive growth prospects in other parts of the global economy, according to Ranjiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS Global Insight in Singapore.

Speaking at the Asean Risk 2012 conference in Singapore today, Biswas said positive economic momentum from the US and the continuing growth of China as well as the re-emergence of Japan from recession means the Asean region should not fear a

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