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Croatia’s new central bank Governor Boris Vujcic said he will leave kuna policy unchanged to preserve price and financial stability, he told Vecernji List in an interview published today.
The Croatian currency is pegged to the euro. Vujcic, a former deputy governor since 2000, replaced Zeljko Rohatinski to the top post earlier this week.
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