Brazil to reveal rate-setters'votes


The board of the Central Bank of Brazil has approved changes to the law governing the central bank, which will among other things mean details of how policy-makers vote will be revealed in future.

The decision was one of several steps announced on May 16 to help the central bank meet a federal requirement to give greater access to information. The change takes effect as of the next board meeting, which will be held at the end of this month.

Other changes to improve transparency were also

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