Bosnia's central bank opens new premises in Banja Luka

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The new building

The main branch of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CBBH) in the Serbian half of the country, the semi-autonomous Republika Srpska, has moved into a new building to provide improved working conditions for its 43 staff.

The branch in Banja Luka, the capital of the RS, moved into the newly-constructed building on the weekend of August 16–17, where it continues with its regular activities of buying and selling local currency, management of commercial banks' reserve accounts, supplying

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