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RBA Glossary definition for SAR

SAR – Special Administrative Region

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9 Jun 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

Box A: Severe Acute Respitory Syndrome (SARS)

8 Aug 2003 SMP PDF 45KB
August 2003Reserve Bank of Australia. 11. Box A: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). ... While SARS was largely confined to Asia,it led to a world-wide downturn ininternational travel that affected manycountries, including Australia.

Statement on Monetary Policy

10 Aug 2003 Bulletin – August 2003
are evident, particularly in Hong Kong and Singapore (see Box A on ‘SARs’). ... These weaker outturns across the region and the outbreak of SARS prompted several countries to implement supplementary fiscal packages.

December: 1997-Hours at Risk Per Currency Pairing

9 Mar 2023 Media Release
SAR. ZAR. USD. 31. 32. 32. 32. 33. 31. 42. 31. ... 34. SAR. 160. ZAR. 52. Buy. Sell. USD. BDT. INR. LKR.

RBAFOI-192027 - Documents regarding cleanliness of bank notes and viruses

1 Jun 2020 PDF 766KB
polymer bank note cleanliness

Statement on Monetary Policy

10 May 2003 Bulletin – May 2003
Other economies in the region have also performed relatively well, though the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) has had an effect in some economies, notably Hong Kong, Singapore and ... While China has experienced the largest number of

Sensitivity of Australian Trade to the Exchange Rate

15 Sep 2016 Bulletin – September 2016
Duke Cole and Samual Nightingale
The exchange rate is an important determinant of Australian exports and imports. Movements in the exchange rate affect the relative prices of traded goods and services, and thus the competitiveness of domestic producers of exports and

List of tables

10 Mar 2005 FSR – March 2005
Hong Kong SAR. 62.3. Japan. 20.6. Malaysia. 35.2. Netherlands. 84.2. Singapore.

December: 1997-Currency Data

9 Mar 2023 Media Release
52. 53. 27. SAR. 2. 2. 0. 0. 257. 25. SBD.

Current Issues for the Global Economy

27 Oct 2003 Speech
Malcolm Edey
Speech by Malcolm Edey to the Australia-Japan Economic Outlook Conference 2003, Sydney