Ukraine tests investors again as another quits central bank

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By Ross Lancaster
31 Jul 2020

International investors hoping for reform in Ukraine were again disappointed on Friday when the deputy governor of its central bank, the National Bank of Ukraine, resigned from his post.


Serhiy Kholod’s resignation came within a month of Yakiv Smolii quitting as NBU chief and one week after investors readily accepted the rerun of a bond that was pulled in response to that departure.

Smolii’s departure sounded a note of ...

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