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Bank of Guatemala

Established in 1945, the Bank of Guatemala is an autonomous entity responsible for all functions of the Central Bank of Guatemala, in order to establish monetary condi...

Established in 1945, the Bank of Guatemala is an autonomous entity responsible for all functions of the Central Bank of Guatemala, in order to establish monetary conditions conducive to the orderly development of the national economy, both within Guatemala and internationally, to prevent inflation and speculative tendencies. The most important legal instruments governing the Bank of Guatemala are: its Organic Law, Currency Law and Banking Law.
The Republic of Guatemala, referred to as Guatemala. It is a presidential republic in North America, located in the southern part of the North American continent, northwest of Central America, with the capital Guatemala City. The currency used in Guatemala is the Quetzal, code GTQ.

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