RBNZ's Brash to help Indonesia on central bank law

NEW ZEALAND/INDONESIA - Reserve Bank of New Zealand governor Donald Brash said on Mar 26, 2001 he was going to Indonesia on Apr 2 to help advise on a new central bank law in a move to ease tensions between the International Monetary Fund and Indonesia.

Brash was one of two people named by the IMF to a panel of four, including two Indonesian appointees, to resolve differences between the IMF and Indonesia over the government's proposed changes to its central bank law.

He said it was too early to

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