ECO: Former Togolese minister and economist Kako Nubukpo calls for a regional forum in Lomé, next April

Economic governance
Friday, 10 January 2020 14:17
ECO: Former Togolese minister and economist Kako Nubukpo calls for a regional forum in Lomé, next April

(Togo First) - Next April, Lomé should host the Etats Généraux de l’Eco summit. An initiative of the Togolese economist and former minister, Kako Nubukpo, the event should gather various experts who will discuss the Eco - which is expected to soon become West Africa’s new currency. 

The theme of the summit is: “Which currency for which development in West Africa? Eco 2020.”

Eminent African figures such as Mali’s Aminata Traoré, Carlos Lopese from Guinea Bissau, Cristina Duarte (Cape Verde), Felwine Sarr and Demba Moussa Dembélé (Senegal), Mamadou Coulibaly (Côte d’Ivoire), and Martial Ze Belinga (Cameroon), should be present. 

Nubukpo intends at the event to let African experts examine the currency, in order to provide appropriate answers to the various questions surrounding its effective implementation, in a few months. 

Let’s recall that so far, only Togo meets all convergence criteria for the adoption of the ECOWAS single currency. 

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