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3rd May 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

Vietnam got off to a good start to Q2, with trade remaining resilient, but consumers remain absent.

Indonesia's U-turn to a stricter palm oil ban will hurt more in the short run, but the hit won't last as long.

The rise in Thailand's diesel price cap probably will be a one-off; in any case, CPI inflation has peaked.

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