Asia Recovery Report - March 2000
The Asia Recovery Report (ARR) is a semi-annual review of Asia's recovery from the crisis that began in July 1997. The analysis is suppor ted by high-frequency indicators compiled under the ARIC Indicators section of this web site.
This inaugural issue of the ARR focuses on the five countries most affected by the crisis: Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand. The recovery process in these five countries together with its strengths and weaknesses are discussed. The theme of this ARR is the most immediate and complex challenge to the recovery process - the restructuring of banks and the corporate sector.
- Tracking Asia's Recovery: A Regional Overview
- Country Updates
- Republic of Korea
- Bank and Corporate Restructuring