Central Banking

Serbia's slowing dinarisation expects boost from subsidised loan programme

A bank in Serbia

Efforts by the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) and the Serbian government to further ‘dinarise' Serbia's economy are meeting with little success, but the government and central bank are hopeful that a new programme of dinar-denominated subsidised loans to the corporate sector will reverse the negative trend.

According to the NBS' latest Report on Dinarisation of the Serbian Financial System, most indicators suggest a further fall in the degree of dinarisation of the Serbian financial system in Q1

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