JETEZ UN COUP D’ŒIL-PIB asiatique : la croissance de la Thaïlande au premier trimestre est la plus rapide en trois ans

Thailand's economy outpaced expectations in the first quarter to
expand at the fastest annual rate in three years, providing some
relief for a military government that has struggled to stimulate
growth in the two years since it seized power.
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> Thai Q1 GDP surprsingly resilient but exports weak 
> Malaysia growth drops to lowest in 6.5 years      
> Indonesia grows at slower pace than forecast      
> More rate cuts seen as Taiwan GDP shrinks         
> S. Korea GDP growth slows on weak capex, exports  
> China posts weakest growth since 2009             
> Singapore Q1 GDP +1.8 pct y/y, flat q/q           
> Drought weighs on Vietnam's Q1 growth             
> New Zealand economic growth beats forecasts       
> Japan economy shrinks less than feared            
> Australia GDP grows 3 pct, best in nearly 2 years 
> HK braces for weaker GDP amid political volatility 
> Singapore's Q4 GDP fails to temper easing risk    
> Malaysia growth cools in Q4, but better than fcast 
> Taiwan cuts 2016 growth outlook again             
> Thai Q4 q/q growth misses forecast                
> Japan economy shrinks more than expected          
> India growth slows in Oct-Dec, sceptics abound    
> Indonesia economy gains speed, outlook improves   
> Philippines posts strong Q4, bucks global chill   
> S.Korea Q4 GDP +0.6 pct s/adj q/q, +3.0 pct y/y   
> China Q4 growth weakest since 2009                
> Singapore Q4 GDP beats forecasts                  
> Vietnam Q4 grows 7.01 pct, full-year at 6.68 pct  
> Japan GDP revised to expansion, dodges recession  
> Australia GDP rises on export boost, spending     
> India's July-Sept GDP growth hits 7.4 pct y/y     
> Taiwan cuts 2015 GDP outlook to fresh 6-year low  
> Philippine Q3 y/y growth at 6.0 pct               
> Singapore growth beats expectations, outlook soft 
> Thai growth beats forecast, but recovery weak     
> Malaysia Q3 growth is slowest in more than 2 yrs  
> Indonesia growth pace inches up to 4.73 pct y/y   
> Taiwan narrowly avoids recession in Q3            
> South Korea growth hits 5-yr high in Q3           
> China grows 6.9 pct in Q3, weakest since 2009     
> Vietnam Q3 growth picks up to 6.8 pct             
> Japan Q2 GDP shrinks less than expected        
> India growth lags forecasts, boosts rate calls 
> Philippine Q2 growth rises, but China a risk   
> Japan economy shrinks in Q2 in blow to Abe     
> Thai Q2 growth tops forecasts but still weak   
> HK posts steady Q2 GDP, raises 2015 outlook    
> Taiwan 2015 growth to be slowest in 6 years    
> Malaysia Q2 GDP +4.9 pct y/y, above forecasts  
> Indonesia Q2 grows 4.67 pc, slowest in 6 yrs   
> Taiwan Q2 growth tumbles to 3-yr low           
> S.Korea Q2 GDP growth worst in over 6 years    
> China growth beats forecasts at 7 pct          
> Singapore Q2 GDP contracts, stirs easing talk  
> Japan GDP hits annualised 3.9 pct growth in Q1 
> Australia's economy outpaces forecasts, peers  
> India pace tops China's, causing scepticism    
> Philippine q/q growth slowest in 6 years       
> Robust Singapore Q1 GDP points to steady policy 
> Thailand surprises with quarterly growth       
> Malaysia grows 5.6 pct in Q1                   
> Hong Kong economy posts mild Q1 growth         
> Indonesia Q1 growth weakest since 2009         
> China Q1 growth dips to 7 pct, a 6-year low    
> Singapore Q1 GDP +1.1 pct q/q, tops f'cast     
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