In mid-1994, 35.6% of the population in central Serbia was poor, i.e. 2.1 million people couldn’t satisfy their minimum food requirements All is going downhill except the authorities in Serbia – this, freely interpreted, would be one of the main conclusions of the research on poverty in Serbia from 1990 to mid-1994 recently completed by […]
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