Central Bank of the Philippines


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Central Bank of the Philippines

The supreme monetary authority of the Philippines. It issues the Philippine peso, maintains foreign currency reserves and is charged with maintaining monetary stability. It is also the lender of last resort for Philippine banks. It was established in 1949 and re-chartered in 1993.
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The Central Bank of the Philippines is the equivalent of Britain's Royal Mint and since placing its first order the bank has put in orders for two more machines.
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This comes as Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Amando M.
The central bank of the Philippines has said that it sees no urgent need to modify policy.
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Duterte confidently said that he would allow the Ombudsman to go straight to the Central Bank of the Philippines and check his bank records themselves.
He earned a Master of Science degree in Economics at the London School of Economics as a scholar of the defunct Central Bank of the Philippines, predecessor of the BSP.
The central bank of the Philippines said the currency issuance was "in response to suggestions from the public to make it easier to distinguish from the 1,000-peso bank note.

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