Fed joins Network for Indigenous Inclusion

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The US Federal Reserve’s Eccles Building
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The Federal Reserve announced on October 13 that it has joined the Central Bank Network for Indigenous Inclusion.

The central banks of Australia, Canada and New Zealand established the network at the beginning of 2021, and formally announced its creation in April. It aims to research and disseminate knowledge about economic issues facing indigenous peoples and expand central banks’ outreach to these communities.

The network plans to support a bi-annual ’Central Bank Symposium on Indigenous

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