31 October 1994 The recent statement by National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ) Governor Dragoslav Avramovic that the NBJ will impose a restrictive monetary policy in the coming period and that it will intervene with federal foreign currency reserves on the hard currency market had an almost immediate effect: overall inflation stopped and the black market […]

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