Agustin Carstens, Mexico's finance minister has been nominated to head the country's central bank.
Felipe Calderon, Mexico's president, nominated Carstens on Wednesday.
Before becoming finance minister in December 2006, Carstens spent three years as a deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund. Prior to joining the Fund, he was deputy secretary of finance, a role that followed a career at the Bank of Mexico. During his stint at the central bank, he headed its economic research w
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