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Taiwan hikes rates, but further tightening to be gradual

Taiwan’s central bank today unexpectedly raised its main policy rate by 25bps to 1.375%, but we doubt this is the start of an aggressive tightening cycle given the mounting downside risks to growth and the relative weakness of inflation.

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