Bank of Canada says Poloz will not seek a second term as governor

OTTAWA -- The Bank of Canada says governor Stephen Poloz will not seek a second term as governor when his seven-year term expires next year.

Before becoming head of Canada's central bank in 2013, Poloz was chief executive of Export Development Canada.

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