RBNZ’s Bollard discusses earthquake contingency plans


Alan Bollard, governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, on Tuesday discussed some of the precautionary measures taken by the central bank to prepare for future natural disasters that may hamper its operations.

At the Rotary Club of Wellington and Victoria University of Wellington conference in Wellington, New Zealand, Bollard said: "In the event of an emergency the [central] bank's focus would remain on the maintenance of economic stability, as much as possible. With this in mind, the

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