13 December 1993 It is still impossible to make forecasts in Serbia. “We have nothing,” said a worker from Trstenik talking to journalists. He is one of 10,000 workers employed by a local factory, who have not worked for a year. Their salaries are distributed to them by “those who print money,” while help from […]

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