Some monetary policy instruments of the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS) will undergo changes in the future. The central bank will lower the minimum reserve requirement from currently 6.5% to 5% of the volume of primary deposits beginning in 2001, NBS vice governor Elena Kohutikova told a news conference on Tuesday.
The news conference followed a presentation of the monetary programme of the central bank for the year 2001. The minimum reserve requirement will gradually go down to 2%. Kohutikov
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