If his nomination is approved, Mr Bini Smaghi would replace compatriot Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, whose mandate expires at the end of May.
The nomination was unexpectedly delayed because two leading nominees have turned the post down, Handelsblatt reported.
The German financial daily reported that sources close to the matter said the Italian government's tw
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