Interview: Jordan's cbank governor Umayy Toukan

The new governor of the Central Bank of Jordan, Umayy Toukan, has given his first exclusive interview since taking up the post earlier in 2001. He was interview by Reuters journalist, Suleiman al-Khalidi, in Amman on Feb 13. In the interview the governor says he sees growth as the bank's priority. The bank has accumulated record reserves, which the governors says will give increased flexibility to monetary policy.


The new governor of the Central

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