Yugoslav cbank announces changes in financial laws

The following is the text of report in English by Yugoslav state news agency Tanjug

The National Bank of Yugoslavia (NBJ) (central bank), in cooperation with the federal government, has prepared numerous changes to the laws regulating the operation of banks and other financial institutions in the country, especially in the sphere of taxation, NBJ Deputy Governer Vuk Rasovic said on Monday [Feb. 5, 2001].

Speaking at a session of the board of directors of the Association of Yugoslav Banks,

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