When rumors spread towards the end of last year that a new National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ) Governor was being looked for, the impression gained at the time was that a serious anti-inflationary program was being drawn up, one which would start with the stabilization of the dinar and a reconstruction of the monetary system. […]
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