Yugoslavian dinar

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Noun1.Yugoslavian dinar - the basic unit of money in Yugoslavia
Yugoslavian monetary unit - monetary unit in Yugoslavia
para - 100 para equal 1 dinar in Yugoslavia
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The then Government of Ante Markovic, whose methods was Branko Crvenkovski later trying to copy, linked the Yugoslav dinar with 7 units in relation to the German mark, and in return many western European countries were extracting raw materials from the SFRY as much as they could.
The Montenegrin Government argues that Montenegro has lower tariffs than Serbia, that the Euro is more stable than the Yugoslav Dinar and that in a federation it would have almost no control over Yugoslav monetary policy.
It cut its economic dependence on Yugoslavia by declaring the German mark legal tender alongside the Yugoslav dinar. Yugoslavia then blockaded trade between the two republics.