African Monetary Unions - Dominated by the North? Comment on 'The Common Monetary Area' by Martina Metzger and 'The CFA-Zone' by Jan Suchanek
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KeywordsMonetary Union; Optimum Currency Area; CFA Zone; CMA; Sub-Saharan Africa; Neocolonialism; Common Monetary Area;
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