Are central banks well-positioned to keep cash flowing during natural disasters?
The third annual Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) survey reveals that central banks view BRI investment as sustainable compared with other forms of external debt, particularly given it is often proportionally less significant. Despite growing global trade…
Previous governor resigned in July amid allegations of attempting to obstruct an investigation
Governor accused of interfering in money-laundering investigation
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Over the past five years, China has invested more than $70 billion in Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries, of which there are now in excess of 100. Leading Chinese and international policy-makers explain how BRI efforts are progressing. This section…
The second Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Survey of 28 central banks reveals that they view the BRI as a major driver of globalisation, with a high percentage of respondents expecting the initiative to provide a significant boost to GDP. So far,…
Central bank wants to tackle dollarisation and forex shortages, and may shake up governance
Nominated governor needs parliamentary approval but troops stop lawmakers from meeting
Governor says she is stepping down to join her husband in New York
Adam rejects one-size-fits-all policy prescriptions
Azeema Adam says central bank is reviewing regulatory framework
Central bank takes issue with US department of state report
Azeema Adam looks set to become the next governor of the Maldives Monetary Authority, after the president withdrew his first candidate for the role
Monetary Authority of the Maldives annual economic review describes tough year for the tourism-dependent country, but the dollar-pegged currency is appreciating to the upper end of its band
A multi-speed approach to social media
Fazeel Najeeb says ready availability of short-term treasury bills takes away the incentive for banks to lend to one another; lack of an interbank market is damaging monetary policy transmission
The Maldivian economy bounced back in 2006 after a poor 2005 following the tsunami at the end of the previous year.
According to the Maldives Monetary Authority's Annual Report 2005, the tsunami that struck the Maldives in 2004 has devastated the economy and the full economic impact of the disaster was felt in 2005 with real economic growth decelerating to negative 5…
According to the Maldives Monetary Authority's Annual Report 2004, economic activity during the year 2004 was very robust up until the last week of the year when the Tsunami disaster struck the islands of the Maldives.