Taiwan and Paraguay central banks sign co-operation agreement

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The central banks of Paraguay and Taiwan signed a co-operation agreement on August 24,  dated August 25 in Taiwan.

The central banks said the agreement aims to promote joint research, fieldwork, knowledge exchange and technical co-operation. It is of indefinite duration, according to the Central Bank of Paraguay’s press release.

The agreement strengthens one of Taiwan’s few remaining links to a United Nations member state. The Paraguayan central bank sent a proposal for such a pact to the

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