Romania: RONing With A Bullish View

March 2006
Emerging Markets Monitor;3/6/2006, Vol. 11 Issue 45, p19
Country Report
Country Report
Provides information on monetary policy in Romania. Announcement by the National Bank of Romania on the change in its policy objectives from exchange rate targeting to inflation targeting back in August 2005; Budget deficit in 2006; Monetary policy agenda of NBR Governor Mugur Isarescu.


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