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Qatar Central Bank

The Central Bank of Qatar was originally established in 1971, when Qatar became independent from the United Arab Emirates, and when Qatar was also divorced from the Br...

Qatar Central Bank was originally established in 1971, when Qatar became independent from the United Arab Emirates, and when Qatar was also separated from the previously followed British financial system. Qatar Central Bank, formerly known as Qatar Monetary Authority, was renamed Qatar Central Bank on August 5, 1993. Throughout its history, Qatar's central bank has increasingly cooperated with other, larger central banks to keep the country's financial system stable, most recently with the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
The State of Qatar is an Arab country in southwestern Asia, and its currency is Qatari Riyal, code QAR.

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