Russian Duma to consider central bank reshuffle

Russian lawmakers are to consider reshuffling the board of directors of the Russian Central Bank, the State Duma Council has announced.

Deputies are to consider the retirement of a board member Oleg Vyugin after he was appointed as the head of the Federal Service for Financial Markets.

The State Duma is also to approve appointments of Dmitry Tulin and Alexey Ulyukayev as new members of the board of directors of the central bank. Several Duma committees have approved these candidatures.

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