The monetary policy interest rate should be maintained in the next administration council of the central bank which would focus on other measures, more appropriate for the current situation with short term effects, vice-governor of the central bank Eugen Dijmarescu declared for news agency Mediafax.

Dijmarescu declared that there is no need to modify monetary policy interest rates. He added that the market has other domestic constraints and thus the central bank could take other measures with short term effects.

On September 25, in the last meeting, Romania's Central Bank administration council decided to maintain the monetary policy interests at 10.25%.