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Law on the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina of 1997
(amended through 2006)
The Law on the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina of 1997 (amended through 2006) outlines its responsibilities, structure, finances, policies, relationships with other entities, and accounting issues. Amendments through 2006 are included at the end of this law.
The law is organized as follows:
- Establishment, Objective and Tasks;
- Organization and Administration;
- Financial Provisions;
- Monetary Functions;
- Monetary Unit;
- Exchange Rate Policy;
- Relations with other institutions; and
- Accounts, Financial Statements and Audit responsibilities.