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Central Bank of Aruba

The Central Bank of Aruba began operations on January 1, 1986, when Aruba gained the status of an autonomous state within the Kingdom of the Netherlands

The Central Bank of Aruba began operations on January 1, 1986, when Aruba gained the status of an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Before that, Aruba was part of the Netherlands Antilles. The Central Bank of Aruba is itself a legal entity (unique) with autonomous status within Aruba's public sector. With the establishment of the bank, Aruban florins came into circulation and the exchange rate was pegged to the U.S. dollar. 1.79 Aruban Florin = $1.00. The exchange rate has remained unchanged since then. The Bank's primary mission is to maintain Florin's internal and external values and promote the soundness and integrity of the financial system, accomplished by motivated and qualified employees for the benefit of the people of Aruba.
Aruba (Aruba) is an island located in the Caribbean Sea. The currency used is Aruba Florin (Arubaanse Florin, its international currency code is AWG, and the local Afl is used as the symbol).

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