Vietnamese politburo warns former central bank governor

The State Bank of Vietnam

A former governor of the Vietnamese central bank received a disciplinary warning from the Communist Party’s ruling politburo, the government announced on November 8.

Nguyen Van Binh, who is now a politburo member, was formally warned over several alleged breaches of regulations while he led the central bank from 2011 to 2016. The politburo found that Nguyen had failed to follow the Vietnamese government’s regulations during the handling of bad debts, it announced on November 7.


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