Tuesday, July 13th, was a historical date for the Yugoslav market. That is the day when the collapse of the national currency started The dinar was devalued over twenty times in just one month. Money-printing by the National Bank of Yugoslavia is responsible for this. The alleged use of central bank money for purchasing wheat […]

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