13 September 2001 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 more than in Germany. As much as it has symbolized German economic might and stability, the currency has underlined the political and economic fragility of this corner […]

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