The People’s Bank of China said Saturday that it will raise interest rates for a second time in the current cycle as the government steps up its fight against inflation. The 25 basis point increases in one-year deposit and lending rates will take effect December 26, the central bank said. They follow rate hikes which came into effect on October 20. – iMarketNews
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