The central bank's executive board kept the deposit rate at 7.0 percent in its first meeting since a shift in monetary policy last week to a goal of limiting annual inflation to 2.5 percent from a target of keeping the crown stable against the euro.
Deputy central bank governor Jarle Bergo said that "in the
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