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CEMLA 60th Anniversary Conference Central Bank Cooperation at the Beginning of the 21st Century

On July 19 and 20 a Conference on Central Bank Cooperation at the Beginning of the 21st Century took place in Mexico City to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Center for Latin American Monetary Studies. The Center was established in September 1952 by the central banks of Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico as associated members, and the ECLAC as collaborating member. Participants at the Conference included governors and authorities of CEMLA’s associate and collaborating institutions, as well as representatives of some extra-regional central banks and international organizations such as the BIS, Consejo Monetario Centroamericano, IADB, IMF, The SEACEN Centre and the World Bank. A number of special guests who have supported the Center’s activities in different periods also attended the meeting.

 

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