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Romania: The National Bank of Romania is on the verge of appointing a new deputy governor, pending approval from parliament.

Eugen Nicolăescu, who is supported by the opposition National Liberal Party, has been endorsed by Romania’s budget and finance committee to replace Bogdan Olteanu, who was arrested in August last year and subsequently resigned from office over corruption claims. The position has since remained vacant.

Nicolăescu now awaits approval from parliament before he can take up

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