PNG central bank goes public on deputy's departure

After a 20 year career with the Bank of Papua New Guinea, Deputy Governor Flora Carruthers suddenly left the bank earlier this month a report has said. After much speculation on the sudden departure, c

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Source: Central banking | 04 Nov 2003

Categories: Monetary Policy, People

Topics: Papua New Guinea

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