Ukraine premier wants National Bank chief removed

UKRAINE - Ukrainian Prime Minister Anatoliy Kinakh has asked President Leonid Kuchma to dismiss the chairman of the National Bank, Volodymyr Stelmakh for poor cooperation between the National Bank and the government, the official web site of the Cabinet of Ministers has reported.

According to the site, Kinakh delivered a report to the president on Monday, in which he pointed out the National Bank's poor ability to develop and effectively implement the monetary, credit and foreign exchange

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