Taiwan treasury bill rates
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The Central Bank of Taiwan describes treasury bills as follows: Treasury bills are short-term obligations issued with maturities of less than one year. They are sold at a discount from the face value and without coupon payment. The difference between the purchase price of the bill and the face value that is paid to the buyer at maturity can be considered as interest on the bill. Treasury bills are usually issued with maturities of 91 days, 182 days, 273 days, and 364 days. 
Treasury bill auction results
The following table provides historical auction results of the Taiwan Central Banks issuance of 91 day, 182 day, 273 day, and 364 day treasury bills, beginning in 1992 for the 91 day and 182 day bills. The issuance of 273 day and 364 day bills began in 2001.
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