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A pathway towards recovery and hope for ASEAN

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17 September 2020
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07/23/2020
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A research of the ASEAN Business Club is dedicated to the measures that the Association needs to implement for the economic recovery during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. It describes the trends that have emerged during the pandemic in whole world and in ASEAN countries in particular, which influence the current economic development and will affect the economy and international trade in the future.

The measures taken by the states to improve the economic situation are facing three key problems: the second wave of coronavirus that restrains positive market expectations, the possible ineffectiveness of the state subsidies and the threat of a banking crisis.

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