Armenia central bank chair wins second six-year term

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The chair of the Central Bank of Armenia (CBA), Arthur Javadyan, was handed a second six-year term at the top of the institution by the country's parliament in a vote on Wednesday.

Javadyan, 50, has been at the central bank since 1997, as a board member with two stints as adviser to the chairman, before becoming deputy chairman in 2003 and getting the top job in 2008.

Armenia earlier this year won a $128 million programme from the IMF after its previous programme expired in July 2013. On signing

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