Thai central bank dep gov may leave Thirachai eyed

THAILAND - Thai central bank Deputy Governor Tanya Sirivedhin, the last of the top executives to have served prior to the July 1997 float of the baht, will resign, "The Nation" newspaper reports in Thailand, citing an unnamed Finance Ministry source.

Another deputy governor, Pakorn Malakul Na Ayudhya, will retire next year.

Assistant Governor Thirachai Phuvanatnaranubala will likely move up to a deputy's post and "become the most prominent official of his generation," the official said.

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