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Central Bank of Bahrain

The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) is a public legal entity established under the Central Banks and Financial Institutions of Bahrain Act 2006

The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) is a public legal entity established under the Central Banks and Financial Institutions of Bahrain Act 2006. It was created on September 7, 2006. The Central Bank of Bahrain is responsible for maintaining the monetary and financial stability of the Kingdom of Bahrain. It succeeds the Bahrain Monetary Agency, which has performed Bahrain's central bank and supervisory functions since its inception in 1973 (shortly after Bahrain gained full independence from the UK).
The Kingdom of Bahrain, referred to as Bahrain, is an Asian island country adjacent to the west coast of the Persian Gulf. Bahrain is the largest island in Bahrain. The currency used is Bahrain Dinar (Baharain Dinar, code BHD), and the currency is Fels.

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