7 January 2002Yugoslavia’s central bank declares four of the country’s key financial institutions to be insolvent and shuts them down. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–The National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ) took an aggressive step toward reforming the country’s banking sector with the announcement on 3 January that four major banks would be shut down. NBJ Governor Mladjan Dinkic […]

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