NEe leD T of the central Bank anytIling but a ready and sympathetic collaborator, a Finance Minister bent on expropriating property WOllld certainly find the same Governor an unwilling helper and in all probability an implacable foe; and in such circumstances the replacement of the latter by a sympathetic nominee of the Government would be almost a sine qua non of successful execution of tIle Government policy. The nationalisation problem becomes part of the problem of " key positions."!