Russia-Ukraine crisis: India economy to be among worst hit in Asia - Nomura

A sustained rise in oil, food prices would have adverse impacts on Asia's economies. India, Thailand and the Philippines are the biggest losers, while Indonesia would be a relative gainer, Nomura said

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The ongoing geopolitical crisis between Russia and Ukraine will impact Asian economies, but the impact will be polarized across the region, said analysts at Nomura in a recent report. The

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First Published: Feb 25 2022 | 11:01 AM IST

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