Grenada wants commemorative EC$50 note to mark 50th anniversary

The Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will in July approve or deny Grenada’s request to print commemorative EC$50 notes as part of activities to observe Grenada’s 50th Independence celebrations in February 2024.

“As part of our Golden Jubilee, I am happy to report that Cabinet has approved and made a request of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, or ECCB, to issue a special celebratory, commemorative EC$50 note to mark Grenada’s 50th year of independence. We anticipate that the ECCB Council, which will be meeting in July, will agree and approve the request,” Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell disclosed during a national address to mark the first anniversary of his administration governing the affairs of the country.


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