President, Central Bank Jose De gregorio of Chile

José De Gregorio was chosen as "The Best Central Bank President in Latin America for 2008" in a poll taken among bankers and economists by British magazine "The Banker", which belongs to the journalism conglomerate of the Financial Times.
on-leave) at Universidad de Chile.
While at Anderson, De Gregorio has taught M.
De Gregorio was an adviser to Lagos during his successful election bid in January and also holds an associate professor appointment at the University of Chile.
José de Gregorio has been Governor of the Central Bank of Chile since December 2007.
De Gregorio was a “tri-minister”, acting as the minister of the combined portfolios of the Economy, Mining, and Energy, and as president of the National Energy Commission.
de Gregorio has a degree in civil engineering and a masters degree in engineering from the University of Chile (1984), where he received the Marcos Orrego Puelma award for the top graduate in his year.
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Chilean inflation remains high, central bank president Jose De Gregorio said in Santiago.
interest rate," De Gregorio said in a speech to lawmakers.
Banco Central President José De Gregorio has been blasted by lawmakers for endangering the Chilean economy by allowing the peso’s rally to continue.