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The Summit of governors and leading bankers of the region

Countries in the region have similar problems

19. June - 20. June 2009

Montenegro, Bečići, Splendid Hotel


Presidents of the region in Novi Sad, and Governors of national banks in Becici – that’s how Montenegrin media presented the summit of governors and leading bankers of the region named “Measures against the global crisis in the financial sector”, organized by Ekonomist Media Group, which took place in Becici last weekend. Making a parallel of the two regional summits is not exaggerated. Central banks of Balkan countries, together with the largest banks operating in the region, have so far had special significance for economic and thus political stability, and the significance will be even greater in the upcoming period. 

The current situation in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia and Albania reminds of the known sentence from Tolstoy’s novel Ana Karenina: “All happy families look like each other, and each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way”. Or, according to Mr. Vladimir Cupic, President of Hypo-Alpe-Adria Bank Executive Board, “all countries in the region have surprisingly similar problems; the difference is only in the dynamics of events”.

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