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Thai election farce, BoK’s hawkish hold, El Niño risks

The winner of Thailand’s election, Pita Limjaroenrat of the Move Forward Party, on Thursday failed to secure enough votes in parliament to become the country’s next prime minister. This raises the prospect of renewed political unrest which could threaten the economic recovery.

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