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What does YUD stand for?

YUD stands for Yugoslav (Hard) Dinar (national currency since 1966; replaced by New Dinar 1990)

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Samples in periodicals archive:

A local exhibition showcasing artworks banned by 20th century totatitarian regimes has lifted out of oblivion a powerful symbol of socialist glamour: former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito's famous presidential yacht Galeb.
23 Kyodo Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica has expressed a desire to visit Japan in the near future and meet Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, a Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker said Wednesday.
Carla Del Ponte, the chief prosecutor for the UN's Yugoslav "war crimes tribunal," has also threatened to prosecute former Yugoslav dictator Slobodan Milosevic on similar charges.
IN YUGOSLAVIA, TEENS TAKE TO THE STREETS TO TELL EUROPE'S BIGGEST WAR CRIMINAL IT'S TIME TO GO When the end came for Yugoslav dictator Slobodan Milosevic, 16-year-old Dejan Stanisavljevic was in the crowd of young people, many in their teens, jammed in front of the Parliament building in the capital city of Belgrade.
PC John Yore, 31, and Detective Sergeant Adrian Prangnell, 41, were seized by Yugoslav troops last week along with two Canadians.
Byline: Steven Lee Myers The New York Times The last of some 40,000 Yugoslav forces left Kosovo on Sunday a few hours ahead of NATO's deadline for withdrawal, effectively ending Yugoslavia's control over a province at the center of Serbia's cultural and historical lore.