National Bank of Slovakia

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Brief History

The National Bank of Slovakia (NBS) is the independent central bank of the Slovak Republic. It was established on 1 January 1993 by the National Bank of Slovakia Act N°. 566/1992 Coll, as amended. It is the legal successor to the State Bank of Czechoslovakia, the central bank of the former Czechoslovakia. The primary objective of the NBS is to maintain price stability. The NBS participates in the common monetary policy determined by the European Central Bank for the whole euro

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