Southeast Asian economies will maintain resilient growth this year and the next thanks to robust domestic demand and deeper regional integration, but capital inflows will continue to pressure currencies, says the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Ms Luxmon speaks while ADB country director Craig Steffensen watches at the forum yesterday. SOMCHAI POOMLARD
In the Asian Development Outlook 2013 report released yesterday, the ADB forecasts Asean's economy will grow 5.4% this year, on par with last year's growth of 5.5%, with estimates of 5.7% for 2014, with an expected increase of intra-Asean trade.
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