We are able to contain inflation

I think that we are able to contain inflation by hiking interest rates. There is always very kind of… for a small open economy like Iceland, and Poland is to some extent too, also an open economy. The currency market dynamics can be difficult, but I think we can – says Ásgeir Jónsson, governor of the Central Bank of Iceland.

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