Why Asia’s inflation—while trending up—is not a threat

A heady cocktail of stronger global recovery prospects, surging prices for crude oil and other commodities, supply-side disruptions and rising container shipping costs has fuelled concerns of rising inflation. This has sparked a sell-off in global bonds in recent weeks, from which Asia has not emerged unscathed.
– by Priyanka Kishore (Head of India and South East Asia, Macro and Investor Services at Oxford Economics)

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