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BI on hold, new leaders, Biden tariffs

The recent recovery in the rupiah means Bank Indonesia is unlikely to follow up April’s surprise hike with another interest rate increase when it meets on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Korea could prove to be the biggest beneficiary of the tariffs that Joe Biden introduced on China earlier this week. Finally, Taiwan gets a new president on Monday.

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