Don Brash on reserve bank's moves to lower inflation
From Radio New Zealand:
The latest inflation figures out today are expected to show a fall from the current 32 year high of 7.3 percent.
The former Reserve Bank Governor, Don Brash, was the banker who helped tame inflation during his 14 years at the helm, taking it down from roughly where it is today to under two or three percent.
He spoke to Corin Dann.
Addendum: The inflation rate barely moved dropping to 7.2 percent