The string of resignations by high-ranking members of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) continued today (August 7), as the chairman of the NBS's Council of the Governor, Boško Živković, and two council members, Zorica Mladenović and Milojko Arsić, quit in protest at amendments to the new Serbian central bank law.
In a joint statement to the Serbian parliament, the three attacked the law, which in amended form allows the government to appoint members of the central bank board at will. "The adopte
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