Montenegro's economy is still showing no signs of robust recovery - c-bank.

By bne IntelliNews January 29, 2013
Montenegro's economy is still showing no signs of robust recovery while risks arising from both the domestic and international environment remain, the Financial stability council (FSC) said in a statement following its regular meeting. According to the FSC, the main near-term priorities are restructuring the country's public debt, ensuring the current account sustainability, continuation of the corporate debt restructuring and solving the problem with non-performing loans. The Financial stability council (FSC) was established in 2010 with a view of identifying, and mitigating potential systemic risks in Montenegro's financial system as a whole. The FSC is chaired by the c-bank governor and holds meetings at least four times per year.

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