African Monetary Fund (AMF)
Fonds monétaire africain (FMAF)
within the framework of D-XD8572 - African Union (AU). AU Assembly adopted AMF Protocol and Statute, Jun 2014. Protocol and Statute will enter into force 30 days after ratification by 15 Member States. Together with J-XK2250 - African Central Bank (ACB) and J-XK2251 - African Investment Bank (AIB), expected to build a more solid economic foundation geared towards development. Agreed timeframe for establishing AMF is 2023, with headquarters in Yaoundé (Cameroon).
Facilitate integration of African economies by eliminating trade restrictions and providing greater monetary integration.
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