SE Asian central bank governors begin meeting

SINGAPORE - The annual conference of Governors of the South-East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) needs to focus on ways to maintain its relevance amid a proliferation of regional and international forums, a Singapore government minister said on 31 May.

Lim Hng Kiang, Singapore's second minister for finance, said there is room for greater cooperation among SEACEN members as well as with other regional groupings and international financial institutions.

"The challenge for SEACEN is to remain attuned

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