3 July 2000 ZAGREB-The employees at Zagreb-based Internet service provider (ISP) Iskon are like their counterparts at any Internet start-up company anywhere in the world: most are young (the average age at the company is 23) and all are casually decked out in jeans and sneakers. In April, the country’s fortunes changed drastically, when Adriatic […]

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