4 May 1992 Both the experts and the public are familiar with the project. What are the chances of the Serbian government accepting and putting into practice such ideas? Serbia’s economy, i.e. the new Yugoslavia’s economy, finds itself in a very specific situation. The per capita national income has fallen from approximately US$ 2,900 to […]

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