Economic surveys and country surveillance

Latest surveys

  • Economic Assessment of Malaysia 2016

    Malaysia’s recent growth has moderated somewhat in the face of severe global headwinds but has remained robust. Stepping up structural reforms to increase productivity and inclusiveness would also improve the sustainability of growth over the medium run and help achieve Malaysia’s ambition to become a high-income country around 2020.

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  • Economic Survey of Indonesia 2016

    Despite a weak global context, growth has remained relatively robust. Policy has appropriately shifted towards boosting infrastructure investment, improving the business climate and reducing corruption.

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  • Economic Survey of Turkey 2016

    Economic growth has proved remarkably vigorous given the very adverse circumstances of the past two years, which included four national elections, wars across the southern border, severe domestic tensions in the Eastern regions, trade restrictions with Russia and the inflow of millions of refugees.

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