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8th Apr 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

Sales volumes in the Philippines are plateauing below the pre-pandemic level, disconcertingly.

The Covid-era scarring in households was severe; people were borrowing more just for daily goods.

Remittances are perking up, especially in peso terms, but this cash is being used less for spending.

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