Industrial production and tourist arrivals boomed in July, while retail sales were solid in the same month. In other words, a slight change in the number of Chinese tourists could greatly affect hotels.
Markets have serious concerns about the ability of many banks to remain viable and healthy, and whether economic recovery is sufficient to restore sustainable profitability. In China, credit continues to grow rapidly. In contrast, inflation was unchanged in Indonesia and fell in Vietnam compared to the prior month.
As for private consumption, growth should continue thanks to higher income of exporters and farm households. The hotel industry should diversify risks by adjusting to different market segments to lessen income fluctuation.
Among the major economies in the region, Vietnam and the Philippines should record the fastest growth. In the "Global Economic Prospects" report released today, the World Bank forecasts 4 per cent growth rate in andon the assumption that oil prices remain low and the recovery in high-income economies strengthens.
Higher growth will gradually resume after the tourism sector improves coupled with support from domestic spending. GDP growth for the region is expected to come in at 5.
FocusEconomics Consensus Forecast panelists expect the economy to grow 5. Meanwhile, private investment has not recovered, falling 0. For our full disclaimer please click here. Next year, a further moderation in export growth is expected on the back of heightened trade tensions. First, European banks need to resolve the legacy of nonperforming loans.
Figure 1 - Number of Asian tourists affected by political events, showing a greater drop than those from Europe. These developments suggest that the Chinese financial system is growing more complex, but also more vulnerable.
Targeting existing markets can help maintain repeat visitors, who are not highly sensitive to political situations, tend to stay longer, and have more spending power. In July, industrial production growth picked up on the back of faster expansions in the manufacturing and electricity sectors, while the trade surplus widened in the same month on stronger export growth.
The uptick came on the back of markedly higher inflation in the Philippines and increased price pressures in Thailand and Laos.Growth in the local winemaking industry has bolstered the economy in recent years and sent the housing market to new heights.
Home prices have grown nearly 30% since the start ofdespite temporary losses during the housing crisis.
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This presents a dilemma, because along with great growth potential from Asian tourism comes an increasing sensitivity to changes in the behavior of the tourists in this segment.
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