IMPACTED by a slower US economy, Asia's (ex Japan) economic growth will ease to 8.3pc in 2008, from 8.4pc this year, according to Credit Suisse. And, while China, India and Vietnam will head the pack, rising inflation remains a concern.
In Credit Suisse's latest Emerging Markets Quarterly report, growth for the region was revised down to 8.4pc for 2007, from the previous 8.6pc. Dong Tao, Credit Suisse’s chief regional economist for Asia...
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