8 June 1992 The National Bank (NB) of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) will have its branches in the Serbian and Montenegrin capitals, while the rest of the territory will be covered by operative units. Such information has appeased some desolate Montenegrin banking experts, but possible surprises might arise from dissent already hinted at […]

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