Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2006

Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2006

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This edition of the yearly survey examines regional economic and social developments in the Asia and the Pacific region during 2005. The growth rate slowed moderately in 2005 mainly as a result of high oil prices and softening of growth in global trade. For 2006 it is expected that growth maintains its current momentum providing that oil prices do not increase significantly and global external imbalances do not unwind suddenly. Propects for the region would also be affected if avian influenza develops into a human pandemic. Efforts are needed to ensure all benefits of high growth are passed on to the poor via good employment opportunities for all.... results for 2005 reflected higher than expected tax revenues, particularly from corporate taxes and the goods and services tax, ... The recovery of agricultural output and the increase in mining production underpinned export growth, althoughanbsp;...

Title:Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2006
Author: United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Publisher:United Nations Publications - 2006-01-01

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