Reserve Bank of Fiji annual report highlights steady recovery


The 2011 annual report of the Reserve Bank of Fiji, published on August 5, identified a number of policy challenges addressed throughout the year, and said the central bank was successful in achieving low inflation while maintaining reserves and supporting growth.

The report said policy was undertaken against a backdrop of varied growth among Fiji's main trading partners alongside rising commodity prices and two years of output contractions. Nevertheless, the central bank said that by the end of

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