- Central Bank of Tunisia
The Central Bank of Tunisia ( _fr. Banque Centrale de Tunisie, BCT) is the
central bankof Tunisia. The bank is located in Tunisand its current governoris Taoufik Baccar.
Tunisia gained independence in
1956. The Central Bank of Tunisia was formed two years later in 1958. In December 1958 the newly created Tunisian dinarwas disconnected from the French franc.
The BCT has 12 branch banks.
Central banks and currencies of Africa
Economy of Tunisia
List of central banks
Tunisian dinar", the currency"
* [http://www.bct.gov.tn/j2ee/siteprod/francais/index1.jsp fr icon en icon Official site: Banque Centrale de Tunisie]
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