Latvia parlt vote on cbank deputy head seen 14 Feb

LATVIA - A Latvian parliament commission said on Wednesday it approved financier Andris Ruselis as the candidate for the post of the central bank deputy president, with the parliament vote seen on 14 February.

"The (budget and finance) commission has unanimously supported Ruselis candidature. We propose the parliament votes on it next Thursday (14 February)," Janis Sints, a commission official said.

The central bank head proposes a candidate for the post of vice-president, which then has to be

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