Bolivian central bank fires officials amid political dispute

Banco Central de Bolivia

Bolivia’s central bank has removed more than a dozen senior management personnel as the recently elected government reverses its predecessor’s economic policies.  

More than 12 senior officials at the Banco Central de Bolivia were effectively dismissed, says a report in Brújula Digital.

The newspaper says those dismissed include the manager for international operations, the principal adviser on political economy, and subdirectors of the reserves, planning and administration, and

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