6 April 1992 With a monthly inflation rate already reaching 50%, the leftovers of Yugoslavia have technically speaking entered the realm of hyperinflation. This hyperinflation cannot last for long. The last time it occurred in Yugoslavia it went on for four months, from September to December of 1989. Ante Markovic’s economic stabilization plan was implemented […]

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