Former Canada c bank chief reveals row in new book

CANADA - Former Bank of Canada governor John Crow reveals in a new book 'Making Money' that a political row with the finance minister over inflation targeting prevented him from taking up a second term as head of the central bank.

A disagreement over inflation targets with the incoming Liberal government and Paul Martin, the finance minister at the time, made it clear to John Crow, then the governor of the Bank of Canada, that he would not be re-appointed as central bank chief, Mr. Crow reveals

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