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25th Apr 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

Thai exports end Q1 solidly, keeping the recovery chugging, despite a naturally soft start to 2022.

Remittances in the Philippines continue to lose momentum, with growth driven narrowly by the U.S.

The continued recovery in business sentiment in Vietnam suggests upside risks to Q2 GDP growth.

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