Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago unveils changes to monetary policy-making

Jwala Rambarran

The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago has unveiled a number of changes to its framework for monetary policy decision-making, including appointing two external members to the bank's monetary policy committee (MPC), and reducing the frequency of the committee's meetings.

The MPC will henceforth convene every other month – as opposed to every month up to now – the central bank said in a statement, adding that monetary policy, "including the setting of the repo rate", will be announced on the Frid

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