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CBYCoos Bay (Amtrak station code; Coos Bay, OR)
CBYCadbury (stock symbol; London, England, UK)
CBYCentral Bank of Yemen
CBYCBY Systems, Inc. (formerly Credit Bureau of York; York, PA)
CBYCharlestown but Yesterday (French band)
CBYCreations by You (Honolulu, HI)
CBYCamp Burn Yourself (Swedish alternative arts festival)
CBYSuvorov Military School (Russian acronym)
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At the beginning of February TV sector employees began protests at the Central Bank of Yemen to demand their salaries.
Figures from the Central Bank of Yemen have showed a sharp increase in inflationary pressures at the end of last year, with consumer price inflation surging to 16.5 per cent year-on-year.
According to the report issued by the Central Bank of Yemen the total deposits in these banks fell to 1 trillion and 260 billion riyals by the end of the this month compared to 1 trillion and 278 billion and 400 million riyals by the end of the previous month with decline of 1.4 percent.
All state revenues from oil sales go directly to the account of the finance ministry at the Central Bank of Yemen (see OMT).
All state revenues from oil states go directly to the account of the finance ministry at the Central Bank of Yemen (see OMT).
The club confirmed that the initiative of the Supreme Political Council to establish a special account in the branch of the Central Bank of Yemen in Hodeidah province and to supply of revenues of Hodeidah and Ras Issa ports to it for the payment of salaries for all Yemenis.
Geneva, February 26, 2019, SPA --Saudi Ambassador to Yemen and the Supervisor of the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen Mohammed bin Saeed Al Jaber said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has supported the Yemeni economy and the Central Bank of Yemen with an amount of $ 2.2 billion, in addition to the previous deposit of $ 1 billion.
WASHINGTON, Dec 13 (KUNA) -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Thursday that the Yemeni Government "needs to step up efforts to control and rationalize its spending, especially on the public wage bill, and improve revenue collections." This came in a statement following an IMF's team visit to Amman, Jordan to discuss with officials from the Government and Central Bank of Yemen (CBY) "recent developments and economic measures to mitigate the humanitarian crisis in 2019." "Almost four years of armed conflict have severely weakened Yemen's economy.
According to Al-Maliki, the Kingdom has donated $1 billion in 2014, deposited at the Central Bank of Yemen, with another $2 billion donation made in January of 2018 aimed at supporting the Yemeni currency.
Economic and humanitarian aid to improve the situation, in Yemen, included provision of a deposit of $2 billion from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Central Bank of Yemen, in addition to the $1 billion, previously deposited, and the Kingdom has transferred $200 million to the Central Bank, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
The talks were followed by the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) and the Central Bank of Yemen on cooperation in the banking sector, particularly in the field of skills exchange and training of workers in this sector.
The head of the central bank of Yemen has said that the apex bank has no money, according to Reuters.
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