6 September 1997 The current state of the Yugoslav economy can be described by the stability of the exchange rate and prices, with considerable macro-economic instability hiding behind it. It is true that the Yugoslav economy is going through a period of price stability, while about 27% of prices are controlled in some way. At […]

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