13 Jan '11, 1pm

Asia's growth more sustainable this time around: SINGAPORE: The World Bank said in its latest global economic re...

SINGAPORE: The World Bank said in its latest global economic report that GDP growth in East Asia and the Pacific is likely to moderate slightly to eight per cent this year from an estimated 9.3 per cent last year. However, the bank warned that strong capital inflows may pose risks to growth in the region, especially if asset bubbles emerge. Net international equity flows to developing countries rose 42 per cent in 2010. Economists, though, are confident Asian nations will be able to tackle capital inflows and prevent overheating. Estimates say capital inflows into emerging markets grew to US$825 billion last year, compared with US$581 billion in 2009. This has raised concerns as more foreign capital chases assets such as stocks and property, governments in Asia may have to take further measures to fend off the hot money and prevent a boom and bust. Already, countries like ...

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