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A painful choice

23 January 2014 By Andy Mukherjee

The central bank’s decision to hold interest rates steady was a close call. Political unrest is taking a toll on growth. But a rate cut could hasten capital flight amidst a rollback of the Fed’s money-printing. A weaker baht may help exports but hurt borrowers with foreign debt.

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