Brazil's Lula considers central bank changes

Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is preparing to order changes in the board of directors of the country's central bank, Dow Jones reported Thursday 22 February.

Central bank president Henrique Meirelles will likely stay on at the institution, the Estado de S. Paulo newspaper reported in its Thursday edition.

According to the report, among changes seen likely at the bank would be the replacement of Economic Policy Director Afonso Bevilaqua, possibly with one of his fellow directors

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