Taiwan cuts interest rates by 0.125%
The bank cited weaker exports as the main reason behind the unexpected rate cut. Taiwan’s exports posted their steepest decline since 2009 in November due to slowing demand from China, Taiwan’s largest export market. The country’s domestic demand also weakened as the Taiwanese economy contracted for the first time in six years in the third quarter.
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