Most central banks communicate in two languages, but only a handful go so far as to communicate in three.
Data from Communications Benchmarks 2022 shows nearly two-thirds of respondents communicate in two languages, while only 12% communicate in three, and 24% communicate in just one.
Of those that communicate in a single language, English tends to be the official language, though a handful of central banks in Spanish-speaking nations also reported only communicating in one language. No
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