Sudanese president changes governor again as crisis continues

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Sudan’s president dismissed the country’s central bank governor and appointed the fifth incumbent to the role in eight years, amid growing economic and political crises.

President Omar al-Bashir appointed Hussein Yahya Jangol as president of the Central Bank of Sudan after he sacked Mohamed al-Zubair on March 6, local media said. Al-Zubair was appointed governor just over six months ago, in September, having previously served in the role from March 2011 to December 2013. Al-Bashir apparently

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