The National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ) has reached a very important decision: it has stopped pretending to be the state’s investment fund and started conducting a policy of monetary stabilization. This turnabout took place only one month after the announcement of working groups which would deal with the problem of economic growth and during the […]
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