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Payments operation to start in Serbia, Montenegro

YUGOSLAVIA - Yugoslav National Bank Governor Mladjan Dinkic has announced setting up of the payments operations system between Serbia and Montenegro soon.

The Yugoslav central bank has a ready technical solution according to which Montenegrin businessmen would be able to choose for themselves whether their merchandise and services delivered to buyers in Serbia would be paid for in euros or dinars, Dinkic explained to Podgorica-based Vijesti daily newspaper.

At the same time, the Yugoslav central

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