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Une restructuration du secteur bancaire : l'exemple serbe

Jean-Michel PAILLÉS, Benoît DURAND and Mikaël POSNIC
Revue d'économie financière
Numéro hors-série : DIX ANS DE TRANSITION EN EUROPE DE L'EST : Bilan et perspectives (2001), pp. 467-477
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42903856
Page Count: 11
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Abstract

La Serbie, composante essentielle de la RFY, affiche la volonté de réaliser rapidement sa transition vers l'économie de marché. Après avoir annoncé des modifications de son cadre juridique et fiscal, la Serbie doit, en parallèle, s'attaquer à la réforme du secteur bancaire. Cet article décrit tout d'abord brièvement l'économie serbe après dix ans de guerre. Les auteurs présentent ensuite un panorama du paysage bancaire serbe où le secteur public est encore très présent, avant de proposer des stratégies de restructuration. Serbia, which is the main constituent of the FRY (accounting for 95% of the population and GDP), has expressed its determination to move ahead quickly with its transition to market economy. Having announced changes to its legal and tax systems, Serbia must follow up by tackling the reform of the banking sector. This article describes first the Serbian economy after ten years of war and international sanctions. The authors present also an overview of the Serbian banking scene in which public sector is still very much to the fore and propose different strategies for restructuring the Serbian banking sector.

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