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Serbian Dinar Hyperinflation

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Sep 17, 2004 purpose of monetary statistics: Republic of Serbia, UNMIK/Kosovo2 and Serbian dinar (CSD) ..
NATIONAL BANK OF SERBIA ANALYSIS OF PROFITABILITY OF
statistical data of the National Bank of Serbia relating to interest rates applied by banks ..
SERBIA
The remaining republics of Serbia and Montenegro declared a new Federal .
Serbian Foreign Trade, Competitiveness and Exchange Rate Policy
The general environment for Serbian foreign trade during the 1990s was extremely unfavourable. After initially devaluating the dinar from 6 to 30 dinars per German mark at the end of 2000, bring back old times of hyperinflation.
ROSC A&A Serbia
Serbia was a hyperinflationary economy for many years. Such an Value based on the rate applicable in April 2005: Serbian Dinar (CSD) 63.05 = US$1.

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There were eight distinct dinari, with hyperinflation in the early 1990s causing five 1.1 1920-1941; Serbian dinar; 1.2 World War II (1941-1945); 1.
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Aug 21, 2009 Yugoslav (Serbian) dinar (hyperinflation) The first famous Serb was the Byzantine general Belisarius.
Episodes of Hyperinflation
Hyperinflation is just inflation at an extremely high rate. These irrational policies and the breakup of Yugoslavia (Yugoslavia now consists of only Serbia and Montenegro) led to One new dinar was worth one million of the old dinars.
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(Serbian Republic) October Dinar (HRKO),1993,1994,3 mos.,Hyperinflation mos.,Hyperinflation Serbian Republic October Dinar (BASO),1993,1994,4 mos.

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