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RBNZ releases 2002 Annual Report

RBNZ releases 2002 Annual Report


http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/about/whatwedo/0094054.html

The Reserve Bank today made public its 2002 Annual Report. Copies have been sent by courier and posted to the news media and the document can be viewed on the Bank's website.

This Annual Report was prepared while Dr Carr was Acting Governor and thus the CEO's statement is under his name.

As was the case the year before, this Annual Report also includes in its editorial section a reproduction of a separate Annual Report prepared by the Non-Executive Directors' Committee of the Bank's Board of Directors, which was sent to the Minister of Finance on 1 July 2002.

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