Taiwan’s central bank raised its key interest rate by a surprise move at its December meeting amid concerns about inflation as policymakers aim to achieve price stability and support sound economic and financial development. The central bank board unanimously decided to raise the benchmark discount rate by 0.125 percentage points to 1.875 percent.
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