The European Central Bank (ECB) on Tuesday committed to helping develop micro- and macroprudential supervision in would-be European Union countries such as Turkey, Croatia and Albania.
The central bank signed an agreement with the European Commission to implement a two-year, €2.7 million ($3.8 million) training programme targeted at strengthening the oversight and regulatory capabilities of Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Turkey,
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