Center for Latin American Monetary Studies
Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos (CEMLA)
1949-12 Santiago Chile
Dec 1949, Santiago (Chile), at 2nd congress of central bank technicians from the American continent and on the initiative of the Bank of Mexico. Statutes approved at 3rd congress, Feb-Mar 1952, Havana (Cuba); amended by Assembly, Sep 1973, Managua (Nicaragua) and Sep 1986, Panama. Formally opened Sep 1952, Mexico City (Mexico). Previously also referred to in French as Centre d'études monétaires latinoaméricaines.
Increase understanding of monetary and central banking questions in Latin America, particularly with regard to financial policies.
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