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BoT to cut rates, inflation falling in Korea, Modi 3.0

A weak economy, low inflation and a strengthening currency mean the conditions are in place for the Bank of Thailand to begin loosening monetary policy at its meeting on Wednesday. Meanwhile, inflation in Korea fell again last month and is likely to be back to the BoK’s 2.0% target by August, which should pave the way for a cut before the end of the year. 

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