CNB to change internal structure as of 2002

CZECH REPUBLIC - The Czech National Bank's (CNB) organisational structure will change as of 1 January 2002, and the Bank Board should deal solely with monetary issues and monetary-political decisions, says the latest edition of the Euro weekly, due out on Monday.

At present, each of the seven members of the Bank Board is in charge of a certain section of the bank.

The bank is divided in seven segments, Euro says, adding that the standing actual management of the individual segments by the seven

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