10 April 1995 I read statements by leading directors in the Serbian Government on the dinar’s crisis in last Friday’s edition of the Belgrade daily “Politika”. They said: “There can be no talk of a devaluation”, “The names of those responsible for the foreign currency shock will be made public” and “Prices Hold Out”. And […]

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