Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Thailand’s central bank has agreed to “significantly” change the range it uses to set its inflation target, Deputy Governor Atchana Waiquamdee said.
The proposal will be submitted to the Ministry of Finance for approval in early October, she told reporters today in Bangkok.
The central bank uses core inflation to guide monetary policy and aims to keep it at between 0.5 perecent to 3 percent.
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