Asian central banks should follow S Korea's lead

The more Asian central banks try to convince the markets that their judgment on interest rates isn't clouded by political interference, the less anyone believes them, this article says. It suggests policy makers from Jakarta and Manila to Bangkok and Mumbai should emulate the Bank of Korea to close the credibility gap.

Click here to read the article "Asian central banks should follow South Korea's lead" on the International Herald Tribune's website

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