2 edition of Monetary Union in West Africa (ECOWAS): is it desirable and how could it be achieved? found in the catalog.
Monetary Union in West Africa (ECOWAS): is it desirable and how could it be achieved?
International Monetary Fund.
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Additional Physical Format: Print Version: Pattillo, Catherine A. Monetary Union in West Africa book Union in West Africa (ECOWAS).
Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, Rentrée judiciaire de la Cour de Justice de l’UEMOA avec pour thème: «La cour de justice et la protection des droits de l’homme dans l’Union Economique et monétaire ouest.
"West African countries - like most other developing countries - are not immune to monetary shocks caused by policies implemented in the rest of the world," the pair wrote in a.
West Africa's monetary union has agreed with France to rename its CFA franc the Eco and cut some of the financial links with Paris that have underpinned the region's common currency since its Author: Ange Aboa. To avert such crises in the envisaged West African monetary union, member countries must be compelled to satisfy the OAC criteria before ascending onto the union.
On Apin Accra, Ghana, the leaders of six West African countries1 declared their intention to proceed to monetary union among the non-CFA2 franc countries of the region by January. Government has raised concerns over the decision by the Monetary Union of West Africa (UEMOA) to fix the new ECO currency to the Euro.