World Bank's Dervis accepts Turk cenbank job-TV

Long-serving senior World Bank official Kemal Dervis has accepted the job of Turkey's Central Bank governor, vacated after last week's financial crisis, television station NTV quoted deputy prime minister Mesut Yilmaz as saying on Feb 28, 2001. There has been no official confirmation as yet.

Dervis is vice president for poverty reduction and economic management at the World Bank in Washington. Dervis was expected in Ankara this week for consultation with the government. Dervis has been with t

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