BRASILIA, June 17- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's government has named a 38- year-old banking executive as the head of development bank BNDES, replacing Joaquim Levy, who resigned on Sunday after Bolsonaro publicly criticized him. Levy, an internationally respected economist, was Brazil's finance minister during Rousseff's government and later was...
BRASILIA, June 17- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's government has named a 38- year-old banking executive to as the new head of development bank BNDES, replacing Joaquim Levy, who resigned on Sunday after he was publicly criticized by Bolsonaro. Levy, an internationally respected economist, was Brazil's finance minister during Rousseff's government...
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