BANGKOK, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stocks pushed higher on Friday, with Indonesia poised for a third straight month of gains while Thai shares edged cautiously higher amid lingering political uncertainty. Jakarta's Composite Index was up 0.6 percent at 4,596.71. Astra International, the country's biggest firm by value, jumped 3 percent, extending a rise from the previous session following its 2013 earnings announcement. Optimism about Indonesia's trade data, due on ...
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