In Tito's Yugoslavia, enterprises were considered to be socially owned rather than owned by the state. In practice, however, that meant no one owned the capital. The murky ownership status, combined with a lack of adequate legislation, has enabled managers to manipulate the privatization process in Macedonia to their own advantage

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