Ukraine's central banker eyes presidency

Ukrainian newspaper Ukrayina Moloda reported on Thursday that central bank president Serhiy Tyhypko, who has not held the job for more than six months, may be in line for a role in the 2004 presidential campaign - as a candidate.

Source: Ukrayina Moloda, Kiev (translated by BBC monitoring)

National Bank chief Serhiy Tyhypko is being considered by the Kuchma administration as a potential successor, an opposition daily has said, citing Tyhypko's numerous appearances in the government-controlled

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