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Taiwan’s economy slowing, MAS to ease policy in April

The economic landscape in Taiwan is shifting. Domestic demand is now cooling but exports have rebounded. Looking ahead though, renewed weakness in exports appears likely and we expect below trend growth over the next two quarters. Meanwhile, core inflation in Singapore continues its downward trend and is set to reach the central bank’s target by mid-2024 as demand side pressures soften due to the loosening labour market. Further falls in underlying inflation and weak economic activity should prompt the central bank to ease policy at its meeting in April.

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