Central Bank of Nigeria
Trade, Monetary Relations, West African, Central Banks, African Central Banks
The West African Sub-Regional Group of the Association of African Central Banks is composed of six central banks that serve the twelve constituent member-countries. The countries include four sterling area countries: Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone; the remaining eight countries - Dahomey, Ivory Coast, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Togo and Upper Volta-belong to the franc zone. Being the Report of the Study Croup of Central Bank Directors of Research in West Africa, set up by the West African Sub-,Regional Committee of the Association of African Central Banks (AACB). The Report was adopted at the second meeting of the Sub-Regional Committee in Dakar in May 1972.
CBN Economic and Financial Review
Central Bank of Nigeria (1972). Trade and Monetary Relations in the West African Sub-Region 1966-1970. CBN Economic and Financial Review. 10(1), 5-22.