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27th Apr 2022 00:00Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

Indonesia's ban on a subset of palm oil exports likely will last long, as the overall hit will be trivial.

The move shows that fiscal consolidation remains a big priority, where progress isn't as good as it looks.

Exporters in Thailand mainly have non-traditional markets to thank for the strong finish to Q1.

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