Liberian central bank gets third governor in two years

The Central Bank of Liberia
The Central Bank of Liberia
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Jolue Aloysius Tarlue has been nominated as the new executive governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), the country’s president revealed on November 8.

Tarlue is set to take up his position as central bank chief at a time when the institution is still reeling from a scandal around alleged ‘missing banknotes’, with many senior officials having resigned or been fired, some of them facing criminal charges. If confirmed by the Senate, he will be the third governor to hold office in the space

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