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Dinar exchange rate to weaken. Hague urges further probe into fugitive networks. Serbia to get new govt by June 28.
Having in mind that inflation in Serbia is higher than that in the Eurozone, high deficit of the payment balance current account, high budget deficit and weak and insufficiently competitive economy, continuation of weakening of exchange rate of the national currency is inevitable, said Nikola Fabris, Professor at the Faculty of Economy in Belgrade.
Hague prosecutor's political adviser Frederick Swinnen says the tribunal received an update on the progress in the investigation into the fugitive networks. The tribunal expected to be presented with further details, he added.
Serbia is expected to get a new government by June 28 after newly elected president Tomislav Nikolic gets back from Rio de Janeiro. All options are possible for coalition.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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