25 July 1994 The National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ) said on July 18 it was introducing a system to keep track of the exchange of Dinars for foreign currency. The NBJ statement added that banks said the same people were exchanging Dinars for foreign currency every day which caused the need for a printed form. […]

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