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2nd Mar 2023 16:24Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • BI likely will shrug off the minor upside surprise in the February CPI; food base effects will soon help.
  • Thailand’s trade gap leapt to its highest level since 2012, but Lunar New Year noise is partly to blame...
  • ...The turnaround in imports signals stronger rising domestic demand; exports are improving, too.

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