Independence law for Central Bank of Taiwan

When passed into law, the amended Central Bank Act in Taiwan will define the central bank as "the national bank which exercises its duties independently as prescribed by the law," this article says. Important amendments to the Act include requiring the board to meet at least once every month, and to release the minutes of the previous meeting.

Click here to read the article "Independence Law For Taiwan Authority" from Dow Jones Newswires

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