30,869,574.8% – that’s the dinar’s “inflation rate” from 1980 until now The policy related to the dinar as the national currency of pre-war Yugoslavia, then of wartime Yugoslavia, and, finally, of Yugoslavia with gravitating regions is bursting with the policy-makers’ unrestrained creativity. The joke, whose punch line is that “it’s a pity the horse didn’t […]
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