Central Banking

RBA refutes fresh allegations of bribery cover-up


The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) today (August 22) moved to refute claims that a document alleging corrupt activity at Note Printing Australia (NPA), a subsidiary of the central bank, had been hidden from investigators.

Australian television channel ABC's 7.30 programme claimed to have uncovered "damning new evidence" that the central bank had known more about bribery undertaken by NPA than had been told to investigators. The programme referred to a secret meeting that had taken place in 2007

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