The Fall Banja Luka entered into 1996 with checks as the main form of payment. Salaries and pensions are still being paid with the increasingly worthless pieces of paper. Only the post office, electricity and water companies accept them at face value while others, including food stores, halve their value. Banja Luka stores sell goods […]
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