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31st Mar 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • The BoT's marke dly higher CPI forecasts seem not to consider strong policy relief measures.
  • We still expect some normalisation this year, even if inflation undershoots the revised inflation outlook.
  • Hiring in India perked up in Januar y, despite Omicron; expect a further fall in Q1 unemployment.

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