Abstract The economic achievement of the East Asian countries has motivated many economists to study the influences of their swift growth. Interestingly, diverse economists translate this achievement in completely different ways. The objective of this paper aims to present a survey of the influences, and explains the part of government in the economic achievement of the nations in East Asia. Introduction Economic stability is an everyday tem used to define the financial structure of a country that displays a constantly low rate of inflation and slight differences in the output development. It is no surprise at all that East Asian countries such as Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and China’s economic growth during the past twenty years is
Monetary policy Since 1981, monetary policy in Singapore centered on the exchange rate and controlling inflation. The Monetary Authority of Singapore, (MAS) buys and sells SGD against other currencies so that it engineers a “modest and gradual appreciation” of the SGD against the currencies of Singapore’s trade partners. The implication of this is that the interest rates in Singapore “float”. It is controlled and determined by inflows and outflows of capital, as well as trade in goods and services. A gradually appreciating currency means a return built into holding the SGD.
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(2001) examined the FDI consequences on ASEAN-5 economic growth in between 1970-1996. The study showed that FDI increased the economic growth either directly or through spillover effects. It is a positive relationship for Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines, while they find a negative relationship for Singapore and
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All over East Asia, the capital inflows slowed and reversed its direction. The growth started to fall sharply. Government and private banks of these countries came under severe pressure. Investment rates plunged and some Asian countries entered deep
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