The Serbo-Montenegrin economy is too weak to struggle alone (without fresh foreign money) and survive along free-market principles. The regime is too unpopular and at such variance with current tendencies for anybody to want to help it With a monthly inflation rate already reaching 50%, the leftovers of Yugoslavia have technically speaking entered the realm […]

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