Front-runners to succeed Canada's Dodge

Who will succeed David Dodge when he retires as governor of the Bank of Canada in January 2008? The two favourites are the senior deputy governor, Paul Jenkins, and ex-central banker Mark Carney, now a senior associate deputy minister of finance, but outsiders cannot be discounted.

Carney is known to be well-liked by finance minister Jim Flaherty, who has the casting vote, but did not leave the central bank to universal acclaim after a stint as deputy governor.

One of the present deputy govern

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