East African governors praised for balancing act

The Bank of Tanzania, whose governor, Benno Ndulu, spoke at the event

Governors of East African central banks "have done extremely well" in their jobs, a former president of the African Development Bank said today (July 15).

Speaking at an event marking the Bank of Uganda's fiftieth anniversary, Donald Kaberuka praised the central banks in the region for managing to "balance the competing goals" they pursued.

Kaberuka was speaking as part of a three-hour panel discussion, featuring both current and former policy-makers. A key theme throughout was the breadth of

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