16 March 1992 The geographic area in which the Yugoslav dinar is still being used consists of the entire territory of Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia, most of the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and parts of Croatia. Although the German mark is squeezing out the Dinar as a means of payment, even in these areas, […]

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