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2nd Mar 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • Manufacturing in ASEAN has yet to show any signs of stress amid the ongoing surge in energy prices...
  • ...But the PMI details still show that momentum will ebb and that central banks need to be on high alert.
  • Retail sales in Vietnam are languishing, partly because the VAT cut looks to have been a dud.

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