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Random term: Yugoslavia
Explanation: Official name: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Monetary unit: Yugoslav dinar = 100 paras. New Yugoslav dinar replaced the original dinar in 1967. 1 new Yugoslav dinar (Din) = 100 paras. Yugoslavia experienced extreme hyperinflation between early 1993 and January 1994. The new dinar (second), or 'super dinar,' introduced on January 24, 1994, was pegged to the German Mark at a rate of one-to-one and equaled 13,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 new dinar. The new dinar had been introduced January 1, 1990, at the rate of 1 new dinar = 10,000 (old) dinars. Inflation was close to zero between January 1994 and September 1994. Current Monetary unit: 1 Yugoslav new dinar (second) = 100 paras

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