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Expect a market-beating 4.2% print for Thailand’s Q2 GDP today, with inventories in the driver’s seat.
The minimum wage looks set to rise by 5%-to-8%, but market wages are heading that way, in any case.
Structural labour shortages are becoming more evident, with vacancies remaining high and stable.
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