Cuban president appoints new central bank governor


The Cuban government appointed the head of one of its main state-owned lenders as governor for the country’s central bank on January 31,

The president of the communist dictatorship, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, and Cuba’s National Assembly first nominated Marta Sabina Wilson González as governor of the Central Bank of Cuba on December 21, 2019. She was also nominated for a seat on Cuba’s Council of Ministers, the executive branch of the government. Last week, she took over her position at the

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