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Elevated inflation expectations in India continue to tick down, lowering the need for more big rate hikes.
Widespread plans for price rises are unlikely to be realised fully, with inventories also historically high.
Long overdue fuel-related disinflation is now surfacing in the worst-hit countries in EM ASEAN.
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