Central Bank of Liberia

The Central Bank of Liberia
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Brief History

The Central Bank of Liberia was established on 18 March 1999 by an act of the Liberian National Legislature. The Central Bank of Liberia succeeded the National Bank of Liberia as the central bank. The principal objective of the Central Bank of Liberia is to achieve and maintain price stability in the Liberian economy. The central bank has functional independence, power and authority to: issue legal tender banknotes and coins; administer the currency laws and regulate the supply of

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