12 December 1994 After 10 months of a relatively stable currency and claims of success for the Avramovic monetary reconstruction program, prospects for the Yugoslav economy are growing dimmer and both experts and politicians are losing their optimism. Predictions for 1995 mostly agree that another odd-numbered year is on its way. There is little consolation […]

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