Bosnia: we're not ready for euro yet

The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina has rejected calls to replace the convertible marka with the euro, saying the country is not yet ready to adopt the single currency.

Milorad Dodik, the leader of the Bosnian Serbs, said that the marka needed to be replaced because of its questionable value. But the central bank refuted this claim and said that the country, which is yet to join the EU, did not meet the stringent criteria set out in the Maastricht treaty for euro-adoption.

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