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16th Mar 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • Indonesia's trade surplus defied gravity in February, and the fresh commodities lift is just getting started.
  • Further weakness in imports was part of the story, but at least capital goods imports are holding up.
  • Oil effects flattered the bounce in Indian import demand in February, from the Omicron-hit January.

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