Bosnia and Herzegovina: Recent Economic Developments

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International Monetary Fund, Oct 15, 1996 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
This paper reviews economic developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina during 1990–95. It describes the monetary arrangements that have evolved in the Federation and Republika Srpska, and summarizes the financial developments. The paper provides an overview of balance-of-payments developments and the external financing requirements associated with the authorities’ priority reconstruction program. It describes the exchange rate and trade systems of the two Entities. An assessment of macroeconomic statistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a summary of IMF technical assistance activities are also provided.
 

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Contents

I Summary and Overview
II The 1996 Economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Perspective1
III Financial System and Monetary Developments44
IV Public Finance70
V External Sector Developments and Policies
VI Economic Statistics and IMF Technical Assistance
Monetary Policy Instruments and Credit Facilities of the National Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
II Liquidity requirements
IV Selective lending
II NBRS liquidity requirements
III NBRS liquidity credit
V NBRS dinar advances
2 Foreign exchange and trade regulations
Republika Srpska Exchange and Trade Regime
2 Foreign exchange and trade regulations
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