The Bank of Lithuania has named Rūta Rodzko as director of the central bank's newly constituted economics and financial stability service.
The economics and financial stability service has been formed after the restructuring of the economics department, the payment systems policy division of the payment systems department and the statistics department. The new service will have a staff of 59 and is charged with macroeconomics analysis, statistics and forecasting, financial market infrastructure,
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