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Monetary Policy Statement Live On Sky Television

Media Release
September 2, 2003

RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement Live On Sky Television

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand's Governor, Dr Alan Bollard, will explain the Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Statement on SKY’s CNBC Australia (Digital 57) on Thursday, September 4 at 9am.

The live broadcast on Sky is part of an ongoing series of live broadcasts of the Reserve Bank’s quarterly Monetary Policy Statements.

SKY Television Chief Executive Officer John Fellet said, ”This LIVE broadcast continues to be very popular. SKY welcomes the opportunity to again broadcast this press conference LIVE, as it enables people to be kept up-to-date with the Reserve Bank's actions and the reasoning behind those actions."

The Governor’s media conference will be broadcast live on SKY’s CNBC Australia, Thursday, September 4 at 9am.

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