Chile's Senate approves new board member

Economist Manuel Marfan has been approved by Chile's Senate as a new member of the central bank's board. Marfan has an economics PhD from Yale University and currently works for the UN.

From: Business News Americas

Chile's senate has approved the nomination of economist Manuel Marfan as a new member of the central bank's board, the upper house said in a statement. Marfan was recently proposed by President Ricardo Lagos to replace Jorge Marshall.

Marfan has a PhD in economy from Yale and is

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