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9th Mar 2023 15:36Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • The BNM decided to maintain the OPR at 2.75%, continuing its pause from January.
  • A more benign inflationary outlook, supported by the continuation of the current subsidy regime...
  • ...And an increasingly poor growth outlook will keep the BNM from further monetary tightening.

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