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RBA Keeps Some Documents Private in Securency Bribe Probe

Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens said the central bank won’t disclose some documents relating to allegations of corruption at its note-printing units to avoid jeopardizing criminal prosecutions.

“It is very important that the Reserve Bank does not say or do anything which would improperly impinge on any legal process, most particularly not in a public forum,” Stevens told a parliamentary panel in Canberra today. “There are accordingly documents which, I am advised, we should not table at this time.”