The Bank of Mauritius has decided to postpone its monetary policy meeting following the appointment of three new members to its monetary policy committee (MPC).
In a statement, the central bank said the MPC meeting scheduled for May 18 would be rearranged for May 30, citing “administrative matters”.
The move comes after Guy Wong So’s and Pierre Dinan’s terms on the MPC came to an end.
The two men have been replaced with three new appointments by the prime minister of Mauritius, Pravind Jugnau
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