Analysis: Asian central banks get reasons to take a break

05/11/2010 | Reuters

Asia has recovered from the economic downturn more quickly than much of the rest of the world, prompting the region's central banks to take the lead in raising interest rates and tightening monetary policies. Fallout from Greece's fiscal woes, however, continues to spread, giving Asian central banks reason to pause on further monetary-policy tightening, according to Reuters.

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