Thai Central Bank May Raise Rates in Second Half

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May 2 (Bloomberg) -- Rahul Bajoria, an economist at Barclays in Singapore, talks about Thailand's economy, central bank monetary policy, and the local currency. Thai inflation slowed in April to the lowest in more than two years as state subsidies and easing food prices helped counter rising wage and oil costs, giving the central bank room to refrain from raising interest rates. Bajoria also discusses India's economy and central bank policy. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move Asia."(Source: Bloomberg)

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