Serbian Finance Minister Bozidar Djelic talks to TOL about cold-calling CEOs, avoiding aid traps, and confronting the past by Victor Gomez SALZBURG, Austria–Bozidar Djelic assumed the post of finance minister in the Serbian cabinet in January. Born in 1965, Djelic spent some 15 years abroad during which he attended various schools in Paris, including the […]

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