Inflation looks to have peaked across Emerging Asia, and is likely to fall back more sharply than most analysts expect over the coming year as fuel price inflation drops, the disruption from the pandemic eases and economic growth slows. With inflation falling, tightening cycles are being brought to an end, with some countries, notably Korea and Taiwan, set to start loosening policy before the end of the year.
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