A construction worker in Wuhan, China. Asia’s investment in infrastructure needs to catch up with its economic advances. Photo: Xinhua A construction worker in Wuhan, China. Asia’s investment in infrastructure needs to catch up with its economic advances. Photo: Xinhua
A construction worker in Wuhan, China. Asia’s investment in infrastructure needs to catch up with its economic advances. Photo: Xinhua
Frederic Neumann
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Frederic Neumann

With trade languishing and consumer confidence brittle, here’s how Asia can steer economic recovery

  • Public investment is back in the economic driving seat. This is the chance for Asia’s policymakers to focus on the vital areas of health care, education, infrastructure and climate change, to move towards more sustainable prosperity

A construction worker in Wuhan, China. Asia’s investment in infrastructure needs to catch up with its economic advances. Photo: Xinhua A construction worker in Wuhan, China. Asia’s investment in infrastructure needs to catch up with its economic advances. Photo: Xinhua
A construction worker in Wuhan, China. Asia’s investment in infrastructure needs to catch up with its economic advances. Photo: Xinhua
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