3 July 1995 Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia, just like the FRY, suffered vast damages over the break-up of former Yugoslavia (there’s no sense including Bosnia in the analysis since the war is still underway there). The level of sales and purchases between those republics was much higher than imports, and the breakdown of communications had […]

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