Insisting upon a closed, monopolistic economy, based on permits, licenses and quotas, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has opened up to its official state and economic representatives possibilities to capitalize their positions From the briefcase with 700.000 German marks found in the attic of Velimir Mihajlovic’s brother, the then Serbian Minister of Commerce and Tourism, […]
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