Yugoslav central bank will not devalue dinar- gov

YUGOSLAVIA - The Yugoslav central bank is determined to keep the dinar exchange rate at its current level because any major change could seriously threaten reforms, Yugoslav central bank governor Mladjan Dinkic has said.

He said he disagreed with Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, who has said the government should consider a devaluation.

A devaluation would help loss-makers but would cause headaches for profitable companies, Dinkic told Reuters in an interview on the sidelines of an inter

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