Chilean finance minister Felipe Larrain on Thursday announced that the president, Sebastián Piñera, had sent a letter to the Senate proposing economist Joaquin Vial Ruiz-Tagle as a member of board of the Central Bank of Chile.
Vial is set to take the place of former governor Jose De Gregorio on the board, who was replaced as governor by Rodrigo Vergara, who was already a board member when he was appointed in December.
Vial is currently the chief economist in the South American research departmen
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