Splitting The Property Despite fierce arguments, an agreement on sharing out the property of the former Yugoslavia has been deadlocked for three years. All the suggested methods of determining the legacy and its division have been annulled by “joint action” by Serbian and Croatian experts. The only evaluation method left is the IMF key which […]

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