Moody's: Central banks to tighten as Asian economies improve

12/11/2012 | Business World (Philippines)

Stronger economies and tighter central bank policies are in store across Asia next year, Moody's says, as the region emerges from the global downturn in good fashion. "Central banks will shift into neutral territory around midyear as growth recovers; some banks will start to unwind ultra-accommodative policies later in the second half," Moody's Analytics said.

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