IMF mission begins new talks with Serbia

IMF headquarters in Washington DC

A delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) arrived in Serbia on September 10 to conduct a fact-finding mission, which aims to assess the macroeconomic outlook, the fiscal situation and the impact of changes to the central bank law passed on August 4.

The IMF delegation is headed by Zuzana Murgasova, who was chief of a mission in February this year that suspended the Serbian funding programme after the government missed fiscal targets. A spokeswoman for the NBS, however, told Central

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