SARB Monetary Policy Review, November 2006

The South African Reserve Bank published its Monetary Policy Review for November 2006 on Wednesday 8 November. South Africa's inflation outlook has deteriorated over the past few months, with continued high consumer demand and a weaker currency seen as major risks to keeping inflation in check, according to the report.

"Although inflation remains within the target range, recent economic developments indicate that there are significant risks to the inflation outlook," the central bank said in

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