Central Banking

Yugoslavia eyes quick readmission to IMF

Yugoslavia and the IMF agreed on Tuesday on steps which would allow thecountry to rejoin the Fund and get some financial help for future reforms.Yugoslavia was expelled from the Fund in 1992. However, Mladjan Dinkic, whois informally performing the duties of central bank governor, said, "Thereare three fundamental preconditions we must meet before we restoremembership with the IMF. One is legal, one political and one economic."

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