Pakistan is set to appoint a new central bank governor in the next month when the acting governor's time in charge must end, but no clear candidates have emerged so far.
A spokesperson at the central bank said to comply with the State Bank of Pakistan Act a new governor needs to be appointed by the government within three months of the role becoming vacant. With Yaseen Anwar, the deputy governor for banking supervision and corporate services, taking over as acting governor following the resignat
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