Central Bank of Solomon Islands commits to promoting private sector credit growth

Central Bank of the Solomon Islands. Photo: Jenny Scott

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands has made a commitment to support lending policies that promote private sector credit growth, with a particular focus on micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises.

In its latest bi-annual monetary policy review, published on October 3, the central bank noted there was "more than adequate" liquidity for lending purposes in the financial system.

One way it supports liquidity is by issuing "bokolo bills", central bank-backed securities denominated in Solomon

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