Central Banks

Republic Bank

The Bank of the Republic is the central bank of the Republic of Colombia

The Bank of the Republic is the central bank of the Republic of Colombia. Its main functions are specified in detail by the Colombian Congress under the Act of 31 December 1992. One of them is the issuance of the Colombian currency, the peso. The bank was officially established by Law No. 25 of July 25, 1923, 5 days after the 113th anniversary of Colombia's independence. The capital is 10 million US dollars, half of which is provided by the government, and the rest is provided by foreign and state-owned commercial banks.
The Republic of Colombia (Spanish: República de Colombia), referred to as Colombia. Colombia is located in the northwest of South America, the capital is Bogota, the general Spanish language, the currency used is the Colombian Peso (Colombian Peso), code COP.
Colombian peso to US dollar exchange rate: https://cn.investing.com/currencies/cop-usd

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