The Yugoslav government moves cautiously as it begins the privatization of one of the country’s biggest state companies. 7 August 2001 BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–The Yugoslav government took its first shaky steps toward privatization with Zastava, the former Yugoslavia’s only automobile factory and home to the federation’s most famous export: the Yugo car. Amid angry scenes, on […]

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