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While global inflationary pressures are expected to ease somewhat in 2023, inflation is unlikely to decline quickly. The latter is likely to remain elevated compared to pre-Covid levels.
China's bulk commodities market development index reversed its downward trend in December 2022, according to industry data.
China's bulk commodity index came in at 101 percent during the period, up 0.8 percentage points from the previous month, according to the China Logistics and Purchasing Federation.
An index above 100% indicates expansion, while an index below 100% reflects contraction.
The bulk commodity supply and inventory sub-indices both rose from the previous month, and the decline in bulk commodity sales eased in December.
The federation predicts that the national bulk cargo market will perform better in 2023.
“We would be surprised if developed countries manage to reach target inflation levels of around 2% in the near future. We expect weaker global economic growth in 2023, although we still expect to see earnings growth and dividends from a number of companies we own," they said.
Geopolitically, elevated tensions between China and the West, particularly the United States, are likely to continue. The two analysts do not foresee an escalation to the point of a military conflict in Taiwan.
This country is a fully functioning country, has a productive workforce and is home to many successful companies that hold large market shares and high barriers to entry, with very few state-owned companies. Corporate governance is particularly strong and we believe Australia faces far fewer long-term environmental risks than many other countries in the region and around the world."
The manager also highlights Singapore, which is home to many interesting companies with revenues from across Southeast Asia. In addition, thanks to its flexible immigration policy and stable economy, a considerable number of wealthy Chinese residents are deciding to settle there, a trend that is expected to continue and which should benefit Singapore.
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