Kyrgyzstan's Asankojoeva weighs emerging stability threats

Zina Asankojoeva at the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic

In the latest edition of the Central Banking Journal, out next week, the governor of the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic (NBKR) describes how the central bank is working to resist stability threats from a slowing global economy, limited access to finance and corruption.

As a small open economy, the Kyrgyz Republic is vulnerable to shocks in world markets, especially in food and raw materials, says Zina Asankojoeva, the bank's first woman governor. The major channels of influence are via the

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