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28th Mar 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

  • Weak consumption in Vietnam likely will cause a fall in GDP growth to 4.6% in Q1, from 5.2% in Q4.
  • A wildcard result can't be ruled out, though, due to the big question marks over the 2021 levels data.
  • Reopening plans are undeterred by the Omicron spike, but the wave is hurting non-essential footfall.

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