ECB (disambiguation)

ECB (disambiguation)

ECB may be an abbreviation for:
*European Central Bank, the central bank for the Eurozone of the European Union
*Wisconsin Educational Communications Board
*England and Wales Cricket Board, the governing body of cricket in England and Wales
*Electronic codebook mode, a type of data encryption using block ciphers
* Environment Campus Birkenfeld, a university of applied sciences in Birkenfeld, Germany
*Equatorial Commercial Bank of Kenya
*European Chemicals Bureau, the Toxicology and Chemical Substances Unit of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
*Europe Card Bus, a type of computer data bus
*External Commercial Borrowing, a type of commercial borrowing in India used for the public sector

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