RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement, June 2003

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has published its Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) for June 2003. New Zealand's economic growth has been strong and comparatively stable for an extended period, but it is now slowing to a more modest pace, the report said. As growth eases, inflation pressures will also, allowing interest rates to be reduced.

Monetary Policy Statement

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