Serbian vice-governor considers inflation outlook


Bojan Marković, a vice-governor of the National Bank of Serbia, explained the Serbian inflation outlook on May 16.

Speaking at a presentation of the bank's May inflation report in Belgrade, Marković said inflation had fallen to 2.7% on the previous year, "its lowest level since comparable records are available", he said.

Marković emphasised the difficulty of making accurate predictions due to uncertainty surrounding the formation of a new government in Serbia and continuing tensions in the

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