Southeast Asia: A Surge From Electronics

The post-crisis economies of Southeast Asia, which rebounded strongly in 1999 from their 1998 recessions, are off to another year of good growth with generally tame inflation. However, individual performance is varied, depending on the contribution of electronics exports and the degree of recovery in domestic demand. Also, the outlooks are clouded by slow reform efforts and political uncertainty.

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