Central Banking

Yugoslav parliament appoints cbank deputy governor

Yugoslavia's parliament appointed a Montenegrin deputy central bank governor on Thursday, ending a row over the post that threatened to postpone Belgrade's return to the International Monetary Fund this month.

The parliament's approval of Radivoje Rasovic as the deputy governor came some two weeks before the country was expected to rejoin the IMF, the key to helping Yugoslavia attract fresh foreign funding.The fund had been due to meet on December 14 to discuss Yugoslavia's membership but

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