Tunisia c.bank chief says ready to intervene vs inflation


ABU DHABI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Tunisia's monetary policy isstill in a tightening mode and the central bank will intervenewith various tools, including interest rates, if inflationstarts climbing again, Tunisian central bank governor ChadliAyari said on Sunday.

He also said the country's foreign exchange reserves hadrebounded to about 103 days' worth of imports, which was a "moreor less safe" level.

Ayari was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of ameeting of Arab central bankers in Abu Dhabi.

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