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April 2020
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for Fiscal Years 2020/2021
Published 9/11/2020
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vol 42
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines For Fiscal Years 2018/2019
Published 4/3/2019
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NO 41
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade And Exchange Policy Guidelines For Fiscal Years 2016/2017
Published 6/24/2016
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DFD/GEN/MCFTEG/2014
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade And Exchange Policy Guidelines For Fiscal Years 2014/2015
Published 3/21/2014
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MPCircular-39-2012
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for Fiscal Year 2012/2013
Published 4/10/2012
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TED.PFO.FPC.GEN/01.03-
Re: Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for Fiscal Year 2010/2011
Published 6/28/2010
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MCFTEP-2010-11
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for 2010/2011
Published 2/8/2010
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mpg-rd-2004
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for Fiscal 2004/2005
Published 1/14/2004
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RD/37/2004
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for Fiscal 2004/2005
Published 1/14/2004
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RD/01/N0.36/2002
Monetary, Policy, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for 2002 Fiscal Year. Amendment No.1 to the Monetary Ploicy Circular No. 36
Published 7/18/2002
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RD-36-2002
Monetary, Credit, Foreign Trade and Exchange Policy Guidelines for Fiscal 2002/2003
Published 1/2/2002
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Facts : 1/7/1959
Evolution of Departments:At inception, the organisational structure of the CBN was understandably simple consisting of two departments, namely, the General Manager's and the Secretary's Departments, with the appropriate division of labour as then percieved. The General Manager's Department was responsible for all the Department banking, currency issues, debt management and other operational functions of the bank while the Secretary's Department handled the administrative and staff matters, carried out some research into the economic and financial conditions, and collected and analysed relevant statistics for policy formulation.
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