ASEAN ministers predict solid economic growth

The Manila meeting of ASEAN finance ministers was due to issue a statement at the end of talks forecasting economic growth at an average rate of between 4 and 4.5 per cent for 2003.

Source: Reuters

South East Asian finance ministers are reportedly expecting the region's economic growth to be about 4 per cent, despite possible fallout from the Jakarta terrorist bombing.

The blast at the Marriott Hotel on Tuesday claimed 16 lives and left about 150 others injured.

The Association of South East Asian

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