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Providential downpour

1 August 2012 By Wayne Arnold

When the region’s central bankers were worried about inflation, foreign portfolio investors were their enemy. Rate increases lured hot money, adding to price pressure. Now the Asian authorities want to spur growth, and foreign investors’ thirst for yield is helping them out.

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