The media reports, citing unnamed sources, said that Zhou would continue in his present role. The Financial Times, a newspaper, said the National People's Congress, which announces key personnel decisions, was set to confirm the appointment when it meets in early March.
However, Reuters, a media agency, said the government and banking officials it had spoken
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