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RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement Live On Sky

8 March, 2005

RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement Live On Sky Television

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s Monetary Policy Statement will screen live on SKY News Australia New Zealand at 9.00am on Thursday, March 10. Dr Alan Bollard, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor, will explain the Bank’s Monetary Policy Statement in a media conference at the release of the statement.

This SKY News coverage of the Monetary Policy Statement is part of an on-going series of live broadcasts covering the Reserve Bank’s quarterly statements.

The Governor’s media conference will be broadcast live on Sky News Australia New Zealand (SKY digital channel 54) at 9.00am Thursday, March 10.


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