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Inflation worries have quickly been replaced in Asia, where recently hawkish central banks -...

Inflation worries have quickly been replaced in Asia, where recently hawkish central banks - Indonesia and South Korea to name two - are either sitting on their hands or beginning to slash rates as 2012 starts to look bleak. Of course, China is the gorilla, and, as of yet, hasn't begun to lift its clampdown on credit.
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