How a public embarrassment came to pass in neighboring Greece: one President of Serbia, one Greek Premier, two businessmen from Cyprus, one former state, one existing army and one private firm all tried to close a business deal that was in everyone’s best interest. However, too many middlemen wanted a share in the profits. Even […]
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