Although the Yugoslav economists’ Budva meeting (June 1517) came at an ideal moment when the economy is in a much better state than it was and than it will be, a fear crept into everyone’s speeches. That fear was noticeable among many politicians who rushed to the meetingYugoslav President Zoran Lilic, Federal Prime Minister Radoje […]
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