The National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia has promoted Dimitar Bogov, previously the vice-governor, to the role of governor.
The term of the previous governor, Petar Goshev, ended on May 20. Legislation in Macedonia dictates that the central bank governor sits only one seven-year term. Having taken up the role in 2004, this was the natural end of his time as head.
Before starting work at the central bank, Bogov was, between October 2002 and January 2007, the chief economist in Stopanska Ban
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