Uribe given third and final term as Colombian governor

Jose Dario Uribe at Central Bank of Colombia

The Board of the Central Bank of Colombia re-appointed José Darío Uribe for a third and final term as governor on September 28.

Uribe, 53, was appointed governor in 2005, and will begin his third four-year term on January 4, 2013. He is set to follow his predecessor, Miguel Urrutia Montoya, in completing the maximum of three terms as the central bank's governor.

Speaking to Centralbanking.com in February, Uribe said the support for the central bank's independence throughout his second term had

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