When the Deutsche mark is replaced by the euro at the end of this year, many people from the former Yugoslavia will have a hard time adjusting by Tihomir Loza LONDON–The territory of the former Yugoslavia is one place where the departure of the Deutsche mark in less than 100 days will be mourned even […]

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