Serbia's PM attacks central bank

A report quoted Serbian prime minister Zoran Zivkovic as saying that the National Bank of Serbia does not exist and that central bank president Mladjan Dinkic could be sacked. However, speaking on Serbian TV Dinkic said he was "appalled" and that in his view everything was in order.

Source: Tanjug news agency

Zoran Zivkovic, the Serbian premier, yesterday lashed out at the former Yugoslav republic's central bank, questioning its legal mandate for minting banknotes and hinting Mladjan Dinkic, the

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