BANGKOK, April 1 (Reuters) - Indonesian shares rose almost 2 percent on Tuesday ahead of trade and inflation data, with investors building positions in banks and large-caps while the Thai index trimmed gains as Siam Cement and Shin Corp traded ex-dividend. Jakarta's Composite Index rose to 4,856.33, the highest since March 18, amid active buying in shares of Bank Mandiri, Bank Rakyat Indonesia and Astra International. Indonesia's trade balance is expected to have reverted to ...
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