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After the war, Bosnia and Herzegovina has suffered social and economic turmoil. The country is heavily dependent on the export of metals, remittances, foreign aid and still suffers from high unemployment. Manufacturing and mining are important sectors of the economy and make-up the bulk of exports. Tourism is currently growing and is expected to become vital. The state’s influence on the economy still weighs heavily, as not many reforms have taken place. Bosnia and Herzegovina is attempting to attract foreign investors with a low corporate tax rate, but corruption and stiffening bureaucracy are still prevalent. The convertible mark (KM) is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s currency and is currently pegged to the Euro to improve macroeconomic stability. Content for - Bosnia and Herzegovina GDP Annual Growth Rate - was last refreshed on Sunday, July 5, 2015.