1 billion from January 2012, Central Bank of Yemen (CBY) said Sunday.
What does CBY stand for?
CBY stands for Central Bank of Yemen
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We have 7 other meanings of CBY in our Acronym Attic
- Cold Box
- Computer-controlled Branch Exchange
- Computerized Branch Exchange
- Computerized Business Exchange
- Coulomb-Born Approximation with Exchange
- Cross Bronx Expressway (New York)
- Candida Boidinii Xylose Reductase
- Cadbury (stock symbol; London, England, UK)
- Camp Burn Yourself (Swedish alternative arts festival)
- CBY Systems, Inc. (formerly Credit Bureau of York; York, PA)
- Charlestown but Yesterday (French band)
- Coos Bay (Amtrak station code; Coos Bay, OR)
- Creations by You (Honolulu, HI)
- Suvorov Military School (Russian acronym)
- Czech Before You Buy (property broker)
- Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club
- Cardiff Bay Yacht Club (Cardiff, Wales, UK)
- Cathedral Bluffs Yacht Club (Scarborough, Ontario, Canada)
- Crescent Beach Yacht Club (Surrey, BC, Canada)
- Chesapeake Bay Yacht Clubs Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Central Bank of Yemen reported an increase in foreign currency reserves to $6.
5 billion, including a $ 1 billion as deposit in the Central Bank of Yemen to support currency stability in Yemeni in addition to the allocation of $ 1 billion and $ 750 million for financing projects and humanitarian aid as well as $ 500 million to finance and guarantee Saudi exports.
Furthermore, Al-Assaf announced that, after the opening session of the donors' conference, Yemen will sign an agreement with Saudi Fund for Development whereby the latter will deposit a USD 1 billion trust at the Central Bank of Yemen.
The Minister of Finance also signed a deposit agreement with the governor of the Central Bank of Yemen Mohammed Awad Hammam.
3 billion in the first six months of this year and were below $5 billion by the end of July, Central Bank of Yemen Governor Mohammad Bin Humam told Reuters Tuesday.
In its latest available report for 2009, the Central Bank of Yemen said that real growth in the non-oil sectors decreased from 7 per cent in 2008 to 6.
Central Bank of Yemen and other bank deposits are also significant relative to the balance sheet.