Henrique Meirelles, the president of Central Bank of Brazil said on Friday that he would remain in his current position until March 2010, amidst rumours that he might consider a return to politics.
According to Brazilian media reports, Meirelles told a conference audience in Sao Paulo that he had not come to any firm decisions regarding a possible return to politics ahead of legal deadlines for party affiliations. Before taking up his current post in 2002, Meirelles successfully campaigned for a
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