Spain’s Ordóñez remembers former governor


Miguel Fernández Ordóñez, governor of the Bank of Spain, spoke at a conference on February 21 held in memory of Luis Ángel Rojo, a former governor of the central bank, who passed away last year.

The conference included four sessions, which were devoted to monetary and fiscal policies, European integration, the Spanish economy and Rojo's role in economic policy in Spain.

Ordóñez commemorated Rojo's work to "successfully transform macroeconomic thought into economic policy design and

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