Eastern Caribbean Central Bank reappoints governor to second term

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The monetary council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) last week announced the reappointment of governor Timothy Antoine to a second five-year term. Antoine’s second term began officially on February 1.

The council’s chair, St Kitts and Nevis prime minister Timothy Harris, praised Antoine “for his stewardship over the past five years and especially over the past year”. Harris said Antoine “has led the bank with vision, empathy and a keen eye for innovations that have helped lift the

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