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Higher food prices pose risk to disinflation process

Inflation across Emerging Asia should continue to decline over the coming months. However, the risks are to the upside amid uncertainty over the outlook for food prices. And while we are sticking with our forecast that more Asian central banks will lower interest rates over the coming months, the chances of cuts being pushed into next year are growing.

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