A shield against RBA interference

As political pressure builds on the Reserve Bank, could a decision to publish longer-term rate projections help arm the bank against meddlesome rhetoric?

The Reserve Bank has often faced pressure from politicians and business leaders to reduce interest rates. But it seems that the objectives of politicians and independent monetary policymakers are not always in agreement. Is there a way for the RBA to arm itself against meddlesome political rhetoric?

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