Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brief History

The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina started operations on August 11, 1997, following the adoption of a Central Bank Law by the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 20, 1997. As specified in the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Annex 4 of the Dayton Peace Accord), the bank is the sole authority for monetary policy and the issuance of the domestic currency throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina. For the first six years, the bank operated based on the

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