Emerging markets in the dark over credit inflows, says Chilean governor


The governor of the Central Bank of Chile, Rodrigo Vergara, on September 27 said policy-makers in emerging markets are "somewhat in the dark" regarding the frictions created by credit flows and how to address them.

Speaking at an International Journal of Central Banking conference, in Chile, Vergara said some situations may require a temporary departure from the "inflation targeting cum flexible exchange rate framework", as dealing with inflationary pressures in this way may exacerbate the flows

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