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MNI: BOC To Start Publishing Meeting Minutes After IMF Review

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The Bank of Canada will start publishing summaries of monetary policy decisions following its January meeting, in response to an IMF pilot study of central bank transparency.

The Summary of Deliberations will contain "issues discussed by Governing Council, as well as insight into the key points of focus in their deliberations on economic developments and the risks," Communications Managing Director Jeremy Harrison said in a statement Wednesday. They will also include "insight into the range of policy options that Governing Council may be considering," he said. Comments won't be attributed to individuals and no vote will be recorded since the Bank works on a consensus basis.

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The Bank of Canada will start publishing summaries of monetary policy decisions following its January meeting, in response to an IMF pilot study of central bank transparency.

The Summary of Deliberations will contain "issues discussed by Governing Council, as well as insight into the key points of focus in their deliberations on economic developments and the risks," Communications Managing Director Jeremy Harrison said in a statement Wednesday. They will also include "insight into the range of policy options that Governing Council may be considering," he said. Comments won't be attributed to individuals and no vote will be recorded since the Bank works on a consensus basis.

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