Jordan's Central Bank Governor Resigns
The Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan, Dr. Muhammad Sa'id al-Nabulsi, has submitted his resignation to the Jordanian Government with effect from 1 January 1996. Dr. Nabulsi has held the post of governor since 1973, with an interruption during the period 1985-89, when he headed the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia. His present five-year term began in 1994. Dr. Nabulsi, who is...
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