Zhou may be replaced as PBoC governor, says WSJ

Guo picked as possible successor in CBJ article in 2013

Zhou Xiaochuan

Zhou Xiaochuan could be replaced as governor of the People's Bank of China (PBoC), according to the Wall Street Journal, which has reported that Guo Shuqing, governor of the Shandong province, is in line to replace him.

Zhou was only re-appointed as governor in March 2013, after months of speculation that he was likely to leave the central bank after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 65.

An administrative quirk meant he was made eligible to keep his post – which he was first handed in

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