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Sep 01, 2009 13:38 EEST
September 1 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories carried by the online versions of Montenegrin media on Tuesday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy:
- Montenegro spent 38 million euro on milk and dairy imports in 2008, despite the constant production and sales growth recorded by its domestic dairy industry, the deputy head of the local Association of Agricultural Producers, Dragoljub Nenezic, said.
- Central bank governors are not replaced for conducting a policy that antagonises the government of the respective country since the independence of the central banks is an essential aspect of their main function, economist and professor at the Economics Faculty in Podgorica, Andjelko Lojpur, told local news portal Mina-Business. According to Vijesti, Montenegrin central bank governor Ljubisa Krgovic will be removed from this position soon over policy differences with the government and a conflict of opinion with Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and Finance Minister Igor Luksic.
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