Policy communication main challenge for South American central banks

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Delegates of South American central banks stress improved communication of monetary policy decisions remains one of the main challenges for rate-setters in the region.

In a meeting in Buenos Aires on October 29–30, delegates of the central banks of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay analysed global economic developments and the likely implications for their countries.

“The most important challenges for the central banks in the future is to improve the

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