Central Bank of Aruba


Central Bank of Aruba

The Central Bank of Aruba ( _nl. Centrale Bank van Aruba) is the central bank of Aruba.

The Central bank was formed after leaving Netherlands Antilles to become a separate member of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

ee also

* Economy of Aruba
* Aruban florin
* Bank of the Netherlands Antilles

External links

* [http://www.cbaruba.org/ Centrale Bank van Aruba]


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