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1st Apr 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • The flagship infrastructure drive of the Philippines' outgoing president failed to meet its lofty target...
  • ...Policy continuity is likely after the May vote, but the next government will face the same constraints.
  • Thailand's retail sales print for January is as good as it gets for Q1 in the face of inflation and Omicron.

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