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  1. Apr 09, 2015 · The five largest ASEAN economies: Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, have all been improving fast and feature in the top half of the field. But only one, Malaysia, makes it into the world top 20.

  2. Dec 20, 2019 · In 2020 Asia’s GDP will overtake the GDP of the rest of the world combined. By 2030, the region is expected to contribute roughly 60% of global growth. Asia-Pacific will also be responsible for the overwhelming majority (90%) of the 2.4 billion new members of the middle class entering the global economy.

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  4. What is ASEAN? | World Economic Forum

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    May 09, 2017 · If ASEAN were a country, it would be the seventh-largest economy in the world, with a combined GDP of $2.6 trillion in 2014. By 2050 it's projected to rank as the fourth-largest economy. By 2050 it's projected to rank as the fourth-largest economy.

  5. Sep 12, 2018 · GDP growth in Singapore - or developed ASEAN - dropped below the global average to 2% in 2016, and in emerging ASEAN (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam) growth fell to 4.9%, following a high of 6.9% in 2010. The 4th Industrial Revolution also threatens employment and disposable incomes in the short-term at least, if its ...

  6. 50 years of ASEAN - World Economic Forum

    www.weforum.org › agenda › 2017

    Nov 14, 2017 · As ASEAN marks its 50th Anniversary, the bloc’s economic achievements with regards to intra-regional trade and connectivity have been remarkable. Today Southeast Asia has a combined GDP of about $2.4 trillion. Overall trade has grown from $10 billion in 1967 to $2.3 trillion in 2015. The GDP per capita has increased by 63.2%, from 2007 to 2015.

  7. Sep 05, 2018 · Viet Nam experienced over 6% GDP growth last year, but it’s not the only country in the region with a remarkable growth story. Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines and Cambodia – countries that all followed in the footsteps of Viet Nam as first-time hosts of WEF’s annual Asian regional meeting – along with others in the ASEAN bloc, are experiencing strong growth too.

  8. May 11, 2017 · They say age is only a number, but as the trading bloc of ASEAN crosses the 50-year mark, numbers speak volumes about the dynamic transformation of this region. Taken as one economy, it’s $2 trillion GDP makes it the seventh largest in the world, heading towards $6 trillion (and the fourth largest) by 2030. It hasn’t been without growing pains.

  9. Jun 01, 2016 · A global powerhouse has emerged in the past decade: it’s called ASEAN, or the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. With more than 600 million people, the combined population of ASEAN’s 10 member states makes it the world’s third-largest market. If the region were a single country, it would be the seventh-largest economy in the world.

  10. Aug 31, 2018 · Singapore and Thailand spend more - 4.9% and 4.1% of GDP, respectively. However, even this higher spend is lower than the global average of 6%, or 7.7% among OECD countries. Yet most of the ASEAN 6 governments have been trying to slow down the increase in health costs, just at a time when demand is beginning to increase rapidly.

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