People: RBNZ chief economist to leave after 25 years

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New Zealand: The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s chief economist has announced he will leave the institution in 2022, after 25 years’ service.   

Yuong Ha will leave following the publication of the February 2022 monetary policy statement, the RBNZ said in a statement. Ha is also a member of the RBNZ’s monetary policy committee and head of the economics department.

The RBNZ’s board and New Zealand’s finance minister Grant Robertson will be responsible for appointing Ha’s replacement. The central

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