August 1, 2013 by apicomely
Serbia avoids early election with deal to oust finance minister
The only option remaining for residents seeking to challenge their assessments is to file a lawsuit in court. “My expectation is that any adjustments (stemming from the audit) will be effective with next year’s Grand List,” said Board of Finance Chairman Tim Abbazia . “There are limited options for this year.” The finance board nonetheless considers the audit worthwhile. The five members who voted for the review said they want to investigate cases where homes’ valuations swung wildly compared to previous years as well as properties assessed dramatically higher or lower than other houses in the area.
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In early afternoon, the dinar currency traded at 113.95 to the euro, having earlier slipped to 114.28, prompting central bank intervention, traders said. A central bank spokeswoman confirmed the intervention, and said the amount of euros sold would be announced later in the day. Data published on Wednesday showed a slowdown in the economy, which grew just 0.7 percent year-on-year in the second quarter compared with 2.1 percent in the first, according to a preliminary estimate. Dinkic has served as central bank governor, finance minister and economy minister under several administrations since the ouster of Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic in 2000, when the country began emerging from a decade of war and economic turmoil.