Ukrainian court bars central bank deputy governor from carrying out duties

The National Bank of Ukraine
The National Bank of Ukraine
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A court in Ukraine has barred the central bank’s first deputy governor from carrying out her professional duties after a complaint from a local politician.

The National Bank of Ukraine is appealing against the court’s June 14 ruling that bars Katerina Rozhkova from attending central bank board meetings or carrying out her duties, it said in a statement written in Ukrainian. The NBU said the decision by the court in the Baryshivsky district of the country’s capital Kiev was a gross violation of

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