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Stronger dollar to keep policymakers in tightening mode

A strong US dollar is a threat to countries with lots of foreign currency debt and/or inflation problems, and is putting pressure on central banks across the region to raise interest rates more aggressively. We recently changed our policy rate forecasts, with Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand all likely to tighten policy more aggressively than we had previously expected.  

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