Who is the biggest debtor on the Yugoslav market When it had seemed as if Dragoslav Avramovic’s antiinflationary program would freeze military expenditures at 700800 million dollars, new tensions over Sarajevo cropped up. A possible air strike against Serbian artillery would automatically entail a “stabilization budget,” such as proposed during last week’s session of the […]

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