Serbia: The Devil's in the Dinar

The country has inflation under control, but the central bank's support for an artificially strong currency hurts investors and the export business

Serbia's currency, the dinar, has had a swift rise against the euro in recent months. This fall, the euro fell from 86 dinars to 78 dinars. It's a far cry from the days when inflation in Serbia was measured in the millions of percents.

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