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IMF urges Thailand rate cuts that central bank says not needed

8 Jun 2016 at 13:32

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People withdraw their money from ATM machines installed at a department store in Bangkok in May 2016. (Bangkok Post file photo)

The International Monetary Fund called on policy makers in Thailand to cut interest rates in the face of a sluggish economy and low inflation, an approach that the central bank says isn’t necessary.

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