The Central Bank of China (Taiwan) cut its benchmark discount rate from 2% to 1.5% at an emergency meeting following the release of data showing exports fell by a record amount in December. It is the sixth cut since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and leaves rates at their lowest level since the autumn of 2004.
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