Serbian ‘dinarisation’ showing mixed results

National Bank of Serbia also holds interest rate at 9.5%


The National Bank of Serbia's efforts to increase the use of the country's currency – the dinar – in the domestic economy continue to exhibit mixed results.

According to the latest quarterly report on the so-called 'dinarisation' of the Serbian economy, the currency is being embraced in some financial activities but spurned in others.

The share of dinar loans in bank lending to corporates and households continues to decrease, dropping by half a percentage point to 25.8% between the third and

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