Central Banking

Yugoslav central bank governor resigns

November 3Yugoslavia's central bank governor Dusan Vlatkovic formally resigned on Friday as the country's parliament prepared to appoint a new government. Vlatkovic's resignation had been widely expected after former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic was forced by a mass uprising last month to admit defeat in elections to reformer Vojislav Kostunica. Mladjan Dinkic, a leading opposition economist and chief coordinator for the G17 independent think tank, has been proposed to parliament as

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