Argentine president names Pesce to full six-year term as governor

Central Bank of Argentina
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The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, has named Miguel Ángel Pesce to a full six-year term as governor of the central bank. Pesce has served as governor since December 2019.

The decree appointing Pesce, issued on September 17, also named deputy governor Sergio Adrián Woyecheszen to a six-year term. He has been deputy since January 2020.

Additionally, three members of the board of directors, originally appointed in December 2019, were given full six-year terms. Fernández did not re

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