Yugoslavia to issue €4.1bn of bonds

YUGOSLAVIA - Yugoslavia is set to issue €4.1bn worth of bonds in early August as part of its domestic debt settlement, which could pave the way for the creation of a liquid debt market, a Yugoslav central bank official said.

The new bond would be used to repay DM7.5bn in domestic deposits frozen in the early 1990s when Slobodan Milosevic came to power.

The bond issue would fulfil an electoral promise made by the ruling Democratic Opposition of Serbia to repay the public debt, a large portion of

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