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Asia’s economic growth profile will likely be stronger than developed markets, catalysed by normalisation of economic activities in China and further recovery from the pandemic in other parts of Asia.
Due to the high trade dependency on China among Asian markets, we could expect a positive spillover effect to the region from China’s reopening.
China’s imports in 2022 have significantly lagged the world due to stringent zero-COVID policies. Demand should pick up amid reopening in 2023.
We continue to see inflows of foreign direct investments into South-East Asia. The region has been a beneficiary of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) free trade agreement and the preferred destination for multinational companies looking to build an alternative production base to serve customers and markets outside of China.
This is expected to create more job opportunities and support domestic consumption in the region.
The Fund is suitable for investors who are looking for an opportunity to diversify their investments across the Asia-Pacific ex Japan region including but not limited to Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.