State parties under AfCFTA urged to formulate policies to regulate digital currency regime

August 20, 2021 News Ghana 0 Comments

This, it said, would present a viable means to improve financial inclusion on the African continent,

Ms. Bridget Agbenya, a Research Intern from Ashesi University at GITFiC, presenting the August 2021 Research Report, said the Conference wished to re-echo the recommendation given by the Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia on the need for the Pan-African Payment and Settlement Systems (PAPSS) architecture to allow national banks of State Parties to connect to ensure seamless operationalization and financial integration. Read More.

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