President George W. Bush sent the following letter to members of Congress related to major drug-producing and major drug-transit countries, including many Latin American and Caribbean nations, on November 1, 2001. Text of a Letter from the President to the… Read More ›
Paraguay’s central bank left its monetary policy rate steady at 5.25 percent, saying the economy continues to expand moderately while inflation has been on a downward trajectory in recent months but the outlook remains consistent with the inflation objective. The… Read More ›
This article originally appeared on CentralBankNews.info on October 23, 2018. It is reproduced here with permission from the author. Paraguay’s central bank maintained its monetary policy rate at 5.25 percent for the 15th month in a row but said the more complex… Read More ›
The Foreign Affairs Minister of Taiwan, Jaushieh Joseph Wu, met recently with top government officials in El Salvador and Belize in his first official trip.
The Central Bank of Paraguay left its monetary policy rate at 5.25 percent, saying the most prudent strategy is to continue with the current monetary policy settings as inflation remains consistent with the objective and expectations remain anchored to this goal.
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