The town of Kragujevac is choking in poverty. Every day most of 40,000 workers stand on the street corners selling the foreign currencies, instead of passing through the gates of many factories in town. Or, they linger around the green markets selling cigarettes, washing detergent, cooking oil and other goods, now in short supply. In […]
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