Cuba replaces central bank governor

Head of foreign exchange body takes over from Wilson González

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Cuba’s government replaced Marta Sabina Wilson González as central bank governor on February 15, appointing Joaquín Alonso Vázquez instead.

Wilson González has led the central bank since December 2019. The Cuban council of state provided no reason for the change.

The Central Bank of Cuba has experienced declining foreign exchange reserves and faces high inflation. During Wilson González’s tenure, Cuba attempted to reform its foreign exchange regime. But there is still a large gap between the

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