Ukrainian central bank chief under pressure to go

Rumblings at Ukraine's national bank continue as the chairman, speaking on Thursday, said he had not been asked to resign and parliament had refused presidential requests to dismiss him.

The chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine, Volodymyr Stelmakh, has said he does not want to resign. Speaking in parliament today, Stelmakh said President Leonid Kuchma had met him earlier and asked him to make way for a nominee of the pro-presidential parties. The following is the translated text of a repor

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