The central bank noted that under an agreement with the IMF, the Serbian government had agreed to privatise two oil refineries. It said that the government's decision to appoint a privatisation advisor was not enough, and that further action was necessary to comply with the IMF agreement within the 2006 time limit.
The government had committed to selling the refiner
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