* Central bank holds rates unchanged at 2.0 pct * Says pace of recovery gaining momentum * Says inflation expected to remain modest in 2010 * Says current monetary policy stance appropriate KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Malaysia's central bank held interest rates steady at 2.0 percent on Tuesday for a sixth straight time, and said the pace of recovery in the domestic economy was gaining momentum and inflation was expected to remain modest in 2010. The widely-expected decision ...
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