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  • 16 Aug 2017
    • Malaysia's credit profile relatively resilient despite external vulnerabilities
      Despite a build-up in short-term debt liabilities and high exposure to volatility in portfolio flows, it would take a significant deterioration in external metrics for Malaysia's credit quality to weaken.   Full Report​​
  • 14 Aug 2017
    • Impact of APAC demographic changes will depend on investment in human capital
      The APAC economies best able to retain their credit strengths include those whose local institutions are strong and supportive of forward-looking policies and fostering higher participation in the work force and productivity growth.   Full Report
    • More efficient use of credit is key to achieving China's objective of stable growth
      The Chinese authorities have asserted their commitment to vigilance towards financial risks and to reforms to curb leverage. But quantitative scenarios illustrate very different growth outcomes depending on assumptions about future “credit intensity” – i.e., the efficiency of new credit in generating growth.Press Release l Full Report
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