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This paper was presented by Brian Aitken at the December 2006 meeting of the South Pacific Central Bank Governors. The authors appreciated helpful comments from David Burton, Steven Dunaway, Brian Aitken, Jens Reinke and Marta Ruiz-Arranz. Valuable inputs were also provided by the Australian, Fijian, and New Zealand authorities.