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Ramin Toloui at Pimco said:
- Asian growth is stabilizing but not stellar but may receive a boost in 2014 as developed markets accelerate.
- Asia’s trajectory will continue to be shaped critically by the growth path in the U.S. and Europe
- China’s growth in the next decade requires a rebalancing of the economy toward household demand, but near term, its performance will be dominated by the dialing back and forth of the credit conditions by policymakers.
Robert Mead at Pimco said limited evidence of any non-mining investment, except in housing, means Australia’s growth outlook is weak, and recently announced cuts in manufacturing will also hurt growth in the next few years. Mead expects the Australian dollar to depreciate further.
Economists forecast 4 of Asia’s 5 largest economies outside Japan are slowing as regional expansion stalls at 6.23 percent for a second year.
Read the full article at http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-12-17/pimco-says-external-growth-may-lift-not-stellar-asia.html
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