IMF's Shinohara airs concerns over slowing Asian growth

IMF headquarters in Washington DC

Asian economies that rely on exporting to Europe and the US may experience slower growth in 2012 as a result of weaker demand in those areas, said Naoyuki Shinohara, deputy managing director of the International Monetary Authority, in a speech at Chulalongkorn University today.

Internal demand across Asia is expected to improve in Asia during 2012 after it was negatively affected by natural disasters such as the Thai floods in 2011.

The catch-up from the disruption caused to the supply chain as

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