IMF: How Asia can navigate the long-term economic impact of COVID-19  

A new IMF paper looks at the challenges the continent faces, and how it can navigate them. Image: REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Chang Yong Rhee
Director, IMF's Asia and Pacific Department
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Growth interrupted, recessions tend to have a marked medium-term impact.
output is still almost 5 percent below its precrisis trend Image: IMF
Growing number of companies unable to service debts.
The pandemic has hit companies' ability to service debts. Image: IMF
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