Monetary policy of South Africa


Monetary policy of South Africa

Monetary policy in South Africa is conducted by the South African Reserve Bank. Monetary policy can be defined as the measures taken by the monetary authorities to influence the quantity of money or the rate of interest with a view to achieving stable prices, full employment and economic growth.[1]

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