The Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) says it has no plans to change its monetary policy communication strategy despite advice from the International Monetary Fund suggesting “further enhancements” could be made.
According to the country’s most recent Article IV report, published on July 24, switching to an inflation-targeting regime has bought “significant transparency gains” to the central bank, but there remains the potential for “further improvements”.
“The BCRP could consider enhancing
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