Serbia's Udovicki 'ready to resign'

The governor of the National Bank of Serbia, Kori Udovicki, has repeated that she is ready to quit if it will help facilitate a change of management at the bank.

Kori Udovicki made the pledge during a meeting on Thursday (12 Feb) with Democratic Party of Serbia leader Vojislav Kostunica.

Question marks have hung over Udovicki's appointment as governor of the central bank, after several Serbian MPs admitted they had been absent from the parliament session despite being registered as voting.

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