Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al-Samawi
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|Occupation||Member of Yemeni Shura Council|
|Known for||Governor of the Central Bank of Yemen, Chairman, Board of Directors and CEO, Yemen Bank for Reconstruction and Development|
Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al-Samawi (born 1946) is a Yemeni economist. He was the Governor of the Central Bank of Yemen for thirteen years. He is currently a member of the 'Consultative' Shura Council of the Republic of Yemen.
- (1969 - 1970) Higher Studies Diploma, Kuwait Institute for Economic and Social Planning, Kuwait.
- (1968) B.A. in Economics, Alexandria University.
- 1997 - 2010 – Governor of the Central Bank of Yemen.
- 1991 - 1997 – Adviser, Presidential Council and member of Supreme Elections Committee.
- 1985 - 1990 – Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of Yemen Bank for Reconstruction & Development.
- 1980 - 1983 – Manager, The Office of the Prime Minister of Yemen.
- 1978 - 1980 – Minister of Finance of Yemen.
- 1977 - 1978 – Deputy Minister of Finance of Yemen.
- 1976 - 1977 – Chairman of the Technical Office of the Prime Minister.
- 1973 - 1976 – Deputy Minister of Finance of Yemen.
- 1972 - 1973 – Chairman of the Budget Central office.
- 1968 - 1972 – General Manager, Banking and Monetary Policy department, Ministry of Economy.
- 2014 – Between the West and the East (a trip to European cities and Mumbai, India)
- 2013 – Reflections on Life and the Universe.
- 2012 – Stages in my life and taking part in building modern Yemen.
- 2007 – Yemen's experiences of monetary policy and banking reform.
- 1969 – The Ideal Use of Loans: the Development Challenge in the Yemen Arab Republic.
- 1971 – External Loans and Grants for Economic and Social Development.
- In the Age of Giant Trading Blocs, the fate of Inter-Arab Trade, Althowra Daily.
- Privatization : Selling the Public Sector to the Private Sector, Althowra Daily.
Publications in the field of travel writing
- Journey to the Lost Paradise, Andalusia.
- Journey to the City of two Continents, Istanbul.
- Journey to the Paradise which Adam lost, Bali.
- Participated in several discussions of topics related to economics and Political Economy.
- Participated in several Economic conferences in Yemen and around the world.
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