Like any other collectivism, the Serbian socialism is constantly struggling against interest rates, that is, “the high price of capital.” If the Serbian government defeats economic laws – there comes a new disaster “In the circumstances of a shortage of money and capital, and in the circumstances of a closed market, it is not realistic […]

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