While war is raging in the former Yugoslavia and models of wartime economy and hyperinflation predominate in the economy, Slovenia resembles an island of economic stability. Although Slovenia was also affected by the breakdown of the Yugoslav market, Drnovsek’s government still succeeds in maintaining the stability of the national valuta tolar, a minimal monthly inflation […]

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