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10th Jan 2023 15:40Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • Retail sales growth in Indonesia fell to a 14-month low in November; discretionary goods are abysmal.
  • Retailers’ price outlook is stabilising, at least, which will make it easier to swallow likely softer wage rises.
  • The consolidation in the Philippines’ trade deficit is not all good news; domestic demand is flailing.

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