10 January 1994 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) director must have been impressed when he received a letter from Yugoslav Prime Minister Radoje Kontic, a few days ago. In the letter, IMF experts are asked to study the Yugoslav government’s latest anti-inflationary program, and to give their assessments as to whether it is possible to […]

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