Romanian Central Banker Sees No Immediate Need to Tighten Policy

  • Too early to worry about overheating, deputy governor says
  • Voinea sees Romania as underrated given its fundamentals

There’s no need at the moment for tighter monetary policy in Romania because the economy is experiencing the “best macroeconomic picture” since the collapse of communism and growth hasn’t become unsustainable, central bank Deputy Governor Liviu Voinea said.

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