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Guido Carli

Guido Carli
President of Confindustria
In office
1976–1980
Preceded by Gianni Agnelli
Succeeded by Vittorio Merloni
Governor of the Bank of Italy
In office
1960–1975
Preceded by Donato Menichella
Succeeded by Paolo Baffi
Director General of the Bank of Italy
In office
1959–1960
Preceded by Paride Formentini
Succeeded by Paolo Baffi
Personal details
Born (1914-03-28)March 28, 1914
Brescia, Italy
Died (1993-04-23)April 23, 1993
Spoleto, Italy
Alma mater University of Padua

Guido Carli (1914–1993) was an Italian banker, economist and politician.

Awards and honors

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic – awarded on 2 June 1962

[1]

See also

Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli

References

  1. ^ CARLI Dott. Guido, "Cavaliere di Gran Croce ...", Presidenza della Repubblica webpage.
Business positions
Preceded by
Gianni Agnelli
President of Confindustria
1976–1980
Succeeded by
Vittorio Merloni
Preceded by
Donato Menichella
Governor of the Bank of Italy
1960–1975
Succeeded by
Paolo Baffi
Preceded by
Paride Formentini
Director General of the Bank of Italy
1959–1960
Succeeded by
Paolo Baffi
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