Further more this book is saying that the Lower-income Asian countries are caught in a low-investment snare

Further more this book is saying that the Lower-income Asian countries are caught in a low-investment snare, where both domestic private and public resources are insufficient to support rapid development from their less-developed status. These countries might be considered fortunate in one respect, however. The developing countries are members of the Asian region, which currently enjoys the world’s highest average savings rates and unprecedented stocks and inflows of external savings. ADB/JBIC/World Bank (2005) emphasizes that external partnership can play an essential role in overcoming these constraints. The below table is showing the how domestic income and savings constrain infrastructure development.