The Central Bank of Tunisia and Banque de France signed a bilateral agreement on March 28 in Paris in a bid to foster deeper relations between both institutions.
The Tunisian governor Marouane El Abassi and his French counterpart François Villeroy de Galhau aim to improve the exchange of information between both central banks. This includes technical assistance and training, as well as regular research visits.
The main areas of the agreement are monetary and exchange rate policies, banking
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