Marcel: New constitution should protect central bank independence

Mario Marcel
Photo: Central Bank of Chile

The governor of the Central Bank of Chile (BCCh) told the country’s constitutional convention that institutions like his are “an indispensable component” of modern economic governance.

Mario Marcel appeared before the convention’s committee on the justice system and autonomous agencies on November 9.

Marcel was one of several leaders of judicial and autonomous agencies to speak before the committee’s November 9 session.

In his presentation, Marcel contended that his institution had a degree

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