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EM recovery holding up pre-Omicron

The latest activity figures suggest that the EM recovery held up reasonably well at the end of last year, although China’s economy was struggling for momentum. While Omicron virus waves are likely to dampen activity this quarter, the impact will probably be short lived. The bigger headwinds to EM growth this year are likely to come from softening exports, higher inflation and tighter financial conditions.

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