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BCEAOBanque Centrale des États de l'Afrique de l'Ouest (Central Bank of West African States)
BCEAOBritish Columbia Environmental Assessment Office (Canada)
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The Federal Minister of Environment granted substitution of the environmental assessment to British Columbia, giving oversight and responsibility of the environmental assessment process to the BCEAO.
Al-Aboodi, while welcoming the significant assistance of BCEAO, which has accepted in principle the Repo eligibility of the sukuk, said the project is the beginning of a series of regional programs which will be offered to all the WAEMU member states.
The loans and assets data used in our econometric model are taken from the annual BCEAO publication Bilans des Banques et Etablissements Financiers.
The BCEAO is working at the regional level to draft revised anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
Diop Papa Lamine, mars, (1998), L'impact des Taux Directeurs de la BCEAO sur les Taux Debiteurs des Banques," BCEAO,
The BCEAO warned Friday that banks dealing with Gbagbo's regime could face sanctions including exclusion from the region's clearing system.
We know that Xpress(TM) will continue to help BCEAO maximize the availability and security of their local and remote infrastructure resources while minimizing costly site visits and remote troubleshooting efforts.
95 per cent interest, net of taxes and may be purchased at BOAD headquarters in Lome, at its resident missions located in the buildings of the national agencies of the BCEAO, or through WAEMU-approved MICs.
Aley's project description was submitted in September to the BCEAO as well as to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
According to Al Aboodi, the sukuk will be eligible for repo arrangements, which has been approved in principle by BCEAO, and this will be the first of a series of sukuk issuances, which will be offered to all the BCEAO member states.
KP is managing the environmental assessment process under a harmonized process led by the BCEAO with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency ("CEAA").
Worldwide, there are only four monetary unions: the Euro Area, the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union, the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC, with Yaounde-based BEAC as its central bank) and the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU, with Dakar-based BCEAO as the central bank).