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International Monetary Fund, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department, 1999 - Banks and banking, Central - 38 pages
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Affecting Central Banks amendment of central Appendix Appointed approval April Armenia audit authority over monetary autonomous central bank autonomy and accountability Azerbaijan bank's banking supervision Belarus board members breach of qualifications BRO countries central bank autonomy central bank credit Central Bank Independence central bank law central bank legislation Charles Goodhart coupons credibility of monetary degree of autonomy degree of central delegated direct credit dismissal Eijffinger Estonia exchange rate policy Fischer fixed exchange rate Goodhart government securities Grilli increased central bank instrument autonomy interest rate International Monetary Fund Issues Affecting Central July June jure autonomy Jure Central Bank Kazakhstan Kyrgyz Republic Latvia Lithuania lower inflation March Moldova monetary policy monetary stability National Bank nominates output performance paper political President price stability provisions quasi-fiscal activities real growth reforms ruble Russia securitized September 1998 Stanley Fischer sufficient authority Tajikistan target autonomy term transition economies Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Washington