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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