Twenty-first-century challenges for Southeast Asian economics
Southeast Asian economic development is a work in progress. Much has been achieved, and yet in this region only Singapore has managed to sustain a growth rate high enough to break out of middle-income, while some other economies (including Indonesia, the largest) seem destined to remain among the ranks of the lower middle-income countries for the foreseeable future. In most of the region�s economies, historical dependence on resource-based production and exports is increasingly being supplanted...[Show more]
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