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Commercial confidentiality refers to safeguarding the privacy of sensitive information of individual firms (such as market position, financial health, or whether the firm is receiving financial support). Commercial confidentiality can help to promote the full and free disclosure of pertinent information to official agencies by financial firms, and ensures the fair and equal treatment of all firms.

Source Publication:
Code of Good Practices on Transparency in Monetary and Financial Policies, Part 1—Introduction, Approved by the IMF Executive Board on July 24, 2000.


Statistical Theme: Financial statistics

Created on Wednesday, July 24, 2002