The governor of the National Bank of Croatia, Željko Rohatinski, is set to leave his post when his term ends on July 7 but, as yet, no successor has been announced.
A spokesperson for the central bank confirmed that the Croatian prime minister, Zoran Milanović, had decreed that Rohatinski will not be reappointed. His second term at the helm of the central bank will therefore end in early July. There is no limit prescribed by law in Croatia on the number of consecutive terms a governor could serv
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