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Sierra Leone’s Central Bank Lowers Key Lending Rate to 21%

October 21, 2011

Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Sierra Leone’s central bank lowered its benchmark lending rate by 200 basis points to 21 percent as inflation in the West African nation slowed, said Komba Senessie, an official in the lender’s money market division.

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