Mboweni sees bumpy road to African central bank

South African Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni has struck a cautious note on the idea of a single African currency. He pointed out in a recent speech that intra-continental trade was extremely disappointing, thereby making it hard to fathom a realistic single currency within a continent whose countries are mostly trading with the US and Europe.

Source: All Africa News

Tito Mboweni, the South Africa Reserve Bank (SARB) Governor, has most recently been credited for keeping South Africa's (SA)

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