By Bob Trevelyan
Despite evidence that growth has slowed recently, firms across the ASEAN bloc remain more positive about the outlook for trade than any other trade bloc and higher than the global average.
Investment in digital capabilities and a focus on productivity and skills development are supporting competitiveness and enhancing long-term growth prospects.
Despite this, the ASEAN bloc has the highest proportion of corporates who expect protectionism to rise, and who see regulations as positive for their business.
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