Kuwait’s Khaled al-Saad was appointed chief executive of the Gulf Cooperation Council monetary council, Saudi Press Agency reported.
Al-Saad, who served as a World Bank executive director for five years, is Kuwait’s deputy minister for higher education, the agency said, citing a statement from the council. The Riyadh-based council is responsible for unifying the monetary systems of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and Bahrain.
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