Yugoslav central bank propose price liberalization

Yugoslav National Bank [NBJ] Governor Mladjan Dinkic said on Feb. 2, 2001, that the bank's team of experts had on Jan. 30 sent to the Serbian government a proposal for the planned liberalization of prices spread over the next three years to prevent "future unorganized activities". The following is a text of report by Yugoslav state news agency Tanjug.

Dinkic told a press conference that the inflation in January 2001 was 3.2 per cent due to the sudden 68-per cent hike of public utility prices.

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