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Thailand: Baht gains on quarantine-free travel hopes

Thailand’s baht rose on Tuesday on hopes that the tourism-reliant country waives quarantine for vaccinated visitors again, while its emerging market peers gained on a US dollar unperturbed by a rise in Treasury yields. Treasuries rose along the curve during Asia hours, with two-year yields, which track short-term rate expectations, crossing 1% for the first […]

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Philippines: T-bill rates drop as inflation cools

MANILA, Philippines — The government yesterday borrowed another P15 billion from the domestic market through the sale of Treasury bills. The T-bill auction fetched P77.675 billion in total tenders, oversubscribing the offer by more than five times. National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon said rates across all tenors plunged, reflecting the inflation downtrend for four consecutive […]

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Cambodia: Cassava exports up nearly 22.1%

The Kingdom exported 2,793,729.92 tonnes of cassava in 2021, up by nearly 22.1 per cent from a year earlier, as industry players note that domestic wholesale prices of the tubers remain elevated compared with average 2020 rates. Analysed by category, the Kingdom shipped out 1,644,591.68 tonnes of dried cassava (up 8.45 per cent year-on-year), 1,104,220 […]

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Laos to See Decline in Coffee Exports This Year

In 2022, Laos is predicted to export just 20,000 tons of coffee, down from 30,000 tons in 2021, KPL reports. President of the Lao Coffee Association, Mr. Sinouk Sisombat, said on Friday due to the volatility of the global coffee market, Lao coffee output has decreased, while the number of coffee plantations has decreased, with gardeners […]

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