- Asian Monetary Unit
Asian Monetary Unit is a basket of currencies proposed by the Japanese government's Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI). It is similar to the now-defunct European Currency Unit (ECU).
The AMU is a basket composed of 13 currencies, and AMU-wide is composed of 16 currencies.
- Daily value of AMU from RIETI
- AMU (Asian Monetary Unit) and AMU Deviation Indicators
- ASEAN mulls single currency
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