Over one half of the families with children in Serbia could not afford minimal adequate nutrition. The number of children, whose parents can afford a trip to the beach, oranges or toys, is getting smaller and smaller The Belgrade Institute of Economic Sciences researchers recently compared the current social-economic status of families with children in […]
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