Slovakia's president Ivan Gašparovič has appointed Ján Tóth as a new deputy governor of the National Bank of Slovakia.
Tóth was elected to the position by the Slovakian parliament, on the advice of the government, and will serve a five-year term. Previously, he worked for the Institute for Financial Policy (IFP), the research arm of the Ministry of Finance, where he was responsible for macroeconomic and tax revenue forecasts.
A public news agency in Slovakia reported that Tóth was approved by 12
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