ECB celebrates decade of international co-operation

Euro sign, Frankfurt

Technical co-operation between central banks around the world is "not a one-way street", and banks that were "helped in the beginning have now turned into helpers themselves", according to speakers at a conference marking 10 years of European Central Bank (ECB) technical co-operation programmes with non-European Union (EU) central banks.

The conference, which ran yesterday and today, reviewed the lessons learned from the last 25 years of international central bank co-operation, and discussed

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