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Spain may not have new central bank governor by July 18 ECB meet, economy minister says

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Spain's new Minister for Economy, Trade and Companies, Carlos Cuerpo is handed over his portfolio in Madrid.
July 11, 2024
Reuters

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Economy Minister Carlos Cuerpo said on Thursday a new central bank governor may not be appointed in time to represent Spain at the next European Central Bank monetary policy meeting on July 18.

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