Yugoslavia an IMF member, to receive $100m-Dinkic

Yugoslavia will have $100m at its disposal on the basis of gold reserves, which Former Yugoslavia has in the Bank of International Settlements in Basel, Mladjan Dinkic, Yugoslav National Bank governor, announced this evening.

At a press conference held at Surcin airport following his arrival from Basel, Dinkic announced that on Wednesday, 20 December, Yugoslavia would become a regular member of the International Monetary Fund. "We can use the $100m immediately, which significantly increases our

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