The president of Slovenia yesterday named International Monetary Fund (IMF) adviser Boštjan Jazbec as the government's pick to take over as governor of the country's central bank – and sit on the governing council of the European Central Bank.
Jazbec will take over from Marko Kranjec, whose six-year term will come to an end in June this year. Jazbec still needs to be confirmed by the Slovenian parliament, but a statement from the president's office yesterday suggested that will be a formality as
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