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Oct 01, 2007 13:18 EEST
October 1 (SeeNews) - Serbia's August M1 money supply rose by 43.21% on the year to 220.109 billion dinars ($3.98 billion/2.79 billion euro), the country's central bank, NBS, said on Monday.
M2 money supply totalled 323.067 billion dinars at the end of August, up 47.89% from a year earlier.
Details follow (in millions of dinars):
(1 euro = 78.7645 Serbian dinars)
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