The first attempt at pumping some oxygen into Yugoslavia’s creaking economy showed that the “healthy dinar” could not survive the cure. After production got into full swing in August (an 8% growth rate), September saw a large drop in the value of the dinar on the black market, so that 1 DEM now costs 1.5 […]

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