Central banking joins the internet age

Information is the lifeblood of a modern central bank. Its effective management is integral to all central bank functions, and critical to the workings of national and international markets. One of a central bank's most important responsibilities is to provide and collect information in a manner that guards against its corruption or compromise. The advances in IT, especially the internet and the technologies on which the internet is based, offer enormous benefits in terms of speeding up and

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