Serbian director hints at possible easing in coming months

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Tight monetary policy is having an effect in Serbia as a strong dinar and lessening inflationary pressure have started to give policy-makers room to cut rates, according to Branko Hinić, general manager of the Directorate for Economic Research and Statistics at the National Bank of Serbia.

According to the central bank's projections, Hinić said, inflation would return to the target tolerance band of 2%–4% by the end of 2013, despite having hit 12.2% in December, while growth would recover to 2.5

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