Union économique de l'Afrique centrale (UEAC)
Central African Economic Union
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as an institution of F-XF3714 - Communauté économique et monétaire d'Afrique centrale (CEMAC), gradually taking over the functions which came within the framework of the previous H-XD0228 - Union douanière et économique de l'Afrique centrale (UDEAC). Set up under a convention which also includes the composition, function and field of competence of the 2 chambers comprising F-XF5822 - Cour de justice communautaire de la CEMAC (CJ-CEMAC). The transition was formalized in a agreement signed by CEMAC Council of Ministers, 5 Feb 1997, Libreville (Gabon), effective 1 Jan 1998. Based at F-XF4535 - Banque des Etats de l'Afrique centrale (BEAC).
Council of Ministers, comprising 3 ministers of each member state, is a principal organ of CEMAC.
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