Bosnia: Interview with Kemal Kozarić
Governor (Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina)
In 2004, Bosnia and Herzegovina had a “B3” credit rating assigned by Moody’s Investors Service. Two years later, in 2006, the credit system received a “B2”, and on December 2009, Standard & Poor's Rating Services confirmed a 'B+' credit rating with stable outlook for Bosnia and Herzegovina. In your opinion, what role has the Central Bank played in the improvement of the monetary and financial stability of the country?
As for the credit rating in 2009, we have two assignments, one from Standard & Poor and the other one from Moody. As a fiscal agent of the State, we are actually making the logistical and tech ...
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