Pedro Delgado, the governor of the Central Bank of Ecuador suffered a triple fracture to his ankle after falling over at a bullfight on July 14.
The incident happened at the Hacienda El Rosario, a ranch near to Machachi, a town south of the capital of Ecuador and very close to the Cotopaxi volcano. Local media reports said the governor was attending a "novillada" event, which is a bullfight using young bulls.
A spokesperson for the central bank today (July 18) told CentralBanking.com that Delgad
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