Czech Crown Emerges As Former Comecon's Hardest Currency

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The Czech crown is emerging as the hardest currency in the former Comecon countries, remaining relatively stable against the dollar and Deutsche mark, Prague-based bankers say.

Nevertheless, the nascent Czech forex market suffers from chronic administrative and technical problems. "The log-jam for a larger foreign exchange market here is that many banks have a problem evaluating their foreign exange position and cannot manage their exchange rate exposure," says Tomas Zraly, head of treasury

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