Asia-Pacific's rebalancing act

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In recent decades, the Asia-Pacific region has provided one of the great growth stories in human history. Its share of world GDP now stands at nearly 40 percent. But given the vast changes and structural shifts afoot, the region, home to 60 percent of the world's population, urgently needs a new growth narrative. Raymund Chao, Christopher Kelkar, and David Wijeratne of PwC argue that the key to the region's future lies in building rebalanced and more resilient global supply chains and further enabling the success of homegrown Asia-Pacific businesses.

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In recent decades, the Asia-Pacific region has provided one of the great growth stories in human history. Its share of world GDP now stands at nearly 40 percent. But given the vast changes and structural shifts afoot, the region, home to 60 percent of the world’s population, urgently needs a new growth narrative. Raymund Chao, Christopher Kelkar, and David Wijeratne of PwC argue that the key to the region’s future lies in building rebalanced and more resilient global supply chains and further enabling the success of homegrown Asia-Pacific businesses.vWfYq3hibsA

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