Kozarić reappointed Bosnian governor


Kemal Kozarić, the governor of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is to serve a second term, it emerged on Tuesday.

Kozarić, who has been governor since 2005, was appointed for a second term by the central bank's newly elected governing board.

The board also appointed Radomir Božić, an economics professor at the City of East Sarajevo, as a vice governor and Dragan Kulina as the central bank's main internal auditor.

Kozarić became governor in 2005 after a five-year spell as deputy to Pet

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