RBNZ Needn’t Rush to 2% Inflation Target, Former Governor Says

  • Brash says economy can handle low inflation, brief deflation
  • Says 2% inflation rate means prices double every 35 years

New Zealand’s central bank needn’t be in a rush to return inflation to its 2 percent target, according to former governor Don Brash.

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