Prime minister appoints new governor in Trinidad and Tobago


A new governor was on Friday evening appointed at the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. Jwala Rambarran was revealed as the government's choice for the role following a two-day cabinet retreat in Tobago.

Rambarran will assume office on July 17 and takes over from Ewart Williams, who has led the central bank since July 17, 2002, serving two consecutive five-year terms.

The new governor is an economist and has previously worked at the central bank and the International Monetary Fund. He was

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