Rates have now fallen by a full percentage point since 27 October, when the central bank made an emergency 75 basis-point cut.
The cut leaves the base rate at a two-year low of 4%.
"The domestic economic slowdown persists," the central bank said, justifying its decision to cut. The pace of export growth had declined owing to the weakening of global economy and domest
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