Saccomanni linked to Bank of Italy governorship


Italy's government and central bank are reported to have agreed a deal that would see Fabrizio Saccomanni, the director-general at the Bank of Italy, fill the vacant governor spot at the Bank of Italy when Mario Draghi moves to Frankfurt in October.

La Repubblica, an Italian daily, on Monday reported that Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi had reached an agreement with Draghi, currently governor of the Italian central bank, to name Saccomanni as his "successor".

The newspaper said a "deal"

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