17 February 1992 Leaving aside the disastrous outcome of the Serbian Loan, when after 2 billion dinars (later 5 billion dinars) were collected, a billion dollar cash in was planned (only around 3 percent of the planned foreign currency was collected), most of the documents were not available to the public. The only remotely precise […]

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