Intra-Asia trade will form about 40 percent of global trade by 2030, supported by a large and growing middle class and the increasing development of regional economies, say banking experts. Vijey Ananda, Standard Chartered Bank head of transaction banking in Malaysia, said Asia accounts for about 18 percent of global trade today, a noticeable rise from 7 percent in 1990. ---- PREVIOUS ITEMS: General offer soon for Bandar Raya shares at 2.90 rgt ...
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