Taiwan's cbank sees no inflationary pressures

TAIWAN - There are no inflationary pressures, Taiwan's central bank said late on Apr 6, citing sliding oil prices and Taiwan eventual entry into the World Trade Organization as reasons for domestic prices to remain tame.

The Central Bank of China, Taiwan's central bank, cut its own forecast growth for the island's consumer price index to 1.7% for 2001, from its earlier forecast of 2.1%, said Yeh Jung-chao, deputy director of the central bank's economic research department.

The central bank's

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