National Bank of Ethiopia should have to allow banks to temporarily liquidate

National bank of ethiopia should have to allow banks

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National Bank of Ethiopia should have to allow banks to temporarily liquidatetheir stock of NBE Bills when warranted for short-term liquidity needs51 |P a g e
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