28 August 1995 This August will be remembered by the absurd phenomenon that the Yugoslav banking system was in a “net deficit”, i.e. the sum of positive balances on giro accounts of commercial banks was lower than the overall sum of negative balances. All banks are still open for business: those who have positive balances […]

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