Taiwanese central bank disputes name change


The Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) has protested a regional research and training body's change of its membership name following the entry of China to the group.

The Taiwanese central bank on Friday said it "deeply regretted" being forced to use the title ‘Central Bank, Chinese Taipei' following a January 25 decision by the board of governors of Southeast Asian Central Banks (Seacen). The People's Bank of China (PBoC) joined the Seacen on the same day. "Although this name is only

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