DRC’s president changes central bank board under IMF pressure, report says

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The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s president has changed the central bank’s administrative board under pressure from the International Monetary Fund, according to a report.

Radio France International reported on July 14 that the IMF had objected strongly after president, Félix Tshisekedi, had originally named two officials from his cabinet to the board. RFI said the two officials were Prince Leta Katumbi and André Wameso, the latter Tshisekedi’s deputy chief of staff.

The IMF apparently

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