Croatia cenbank may need to sell euros to banks again -governor

October 15, 2015 9:59 AM

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WARSAW Oct 15 The Croatian central bank may need to intervene again next month or in December on the local foreign exchange market to provide euros for the conversion of Swiss franc loans into the single currency, the central bank governor said on Thursday.

"If the provision goes as planned there may be the need for another intervention between mid-November and mid-December," governor Boris Vujcic told Reuters on the sidelines of a financial conference in Warsaw.

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