RaboResearch - Economisch Onderzoek

Themabericht

Asia-Pacific: can Asia’s convergence story continue? (Engelstalig)

Demographics will provide headwinds in the developed countries of APAC and China, and tailwinds in South Asia. While total factor productivity growth has fallen, the innovation outlook for the APAC region is still relatively favourable.

Special

Voortgang in de economische integratie van de ASEAN?

De oprichting van de ASEAN economische gemeenschap (AEC) is een stap voorwaarts in de richting van verdere regionale integratie. De deadline van 31 december 2015 zal echter niet gehaald worden, ook daarna zal er nog een hoop werk moeten worden verzet.

Landenrapport

Country Report Brunei (Engelstalig)

Brunei’s economy contracted by 1.8% in 2013, but growth will be positive, though muted this year. The government has started to gradually introduce a sharia penal code.

Themabericht

Sneller mondiaal economisch herstel: herbalancering en handelsliberalisering

Sinds de crisis richt beleid veelal op lopende rekeningtekortreductie, zonder daarbij in protectionisme te vervallen. Er wordt zelfs over baanbrekende handelsliberalisering onderhandeld die een bescheiden, maar welkome economische impuls kan leveren.

Landenrapport

Country Report Brunei (Engelstalig)

Brunei is dependent on the hydrocarbon sector, but it gives the country a comfortable external position and allows the government to be generous to the population. As a result, there is little dissatisfaction with the slow democratization process.

Landenrapport

Brunei (Country report) (Engelstalig)

Brunei's hydrocarbon-based economy has embarked on a gradual economic recovery and should benefit from strong Asian demand for its exports, as Japan is shifting its energy mix in the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Landenrapport

Brunei (Country report) (Engelstalig)

The prosperous country of Brunei derives its wealth from an abundance of oil and gas resources. The economy contracted 1.8% yoy in 2009 and is estimated to have grown over 1% in 2010, on the back of higher global commodity prices