Su heads Chinese central bank's Shanghai office

Su Ning, a deputy governor of the People's Bank of China is to be chief of its Shanghai office. Su succeeds Xiang Junbo, who has been appointed as the president of the Agricultural Bank of China.

The central bank's Shanghai head office, opened in 2005, is distinct from the general Shanghai branch of the People's Bank of China, which is one of nine main regional branches nationwide. Su remains a deputy governor of the central bank.

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