West African Monetary Zone

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Monetary union.


The West African Monetary Zone is a group of six countries (Guinea, The Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone), which intends to introduce a common currency, the Eco.

However, only Nigeria has thus far met WAMZ convergence criteria for monetary union.

See also

External link

West African Monetary Institute webpage