Money, as the symbol of any rule, is fastly deteriorating in Yugoslavia. Searching for a foreign partner it came out into the street, where its parity is 3 to 5 times greater that the official Dinar and tolar, which are soon to be accompanied by other money substitutes, have finally found their way into the […]

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