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In this webinar replay, our economists present the current economic outlook with a spotlight on Asia using Moody’s Analytics integrated global forecast model.

The Moody’s Analytics Quarterly Global Economic Outlook provides clients with an in depth view of our assumptions for the economy based on forecasts of key economic drivers and our experienced team of economists worldwide. This webinar replay is exclusive for clients of Moody’s Analytics global forecast services.

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