Asian FX Suffers Fall-Out From Japan


TOKYO -- Currencies and economies in some emerging Asian countries are starting to suffer as the yen continues its downward slide, local analysts told FX Week.

The outlook for Korea and Thailand -- countries that compete with Japan internationally in the exports market -- is particularly bleak, they said, as the cost of Japanese goods abroad decreases with the plummeting yen.

"The degree of regional exposure to Japan is a concern for emerging markets," Julian Jessop, treasury economist at Standard

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