Dimitrije Boarov

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The Price Of The Mark For Serbia

The introduction of the German mark as a parallel currency in Montenegro could have a substantial impact on the economy in Serbia.

16 Nov 05

Devaluing The Dinar, Like It Or Not

The dinar in the pocket of Serb consumers is worth less by the day, yet the official exchange rate of six to the German mark remains unchanged.

10 Nov 05

Milosevic's 'Hidden Billions'

While the Yugoslav President has undoubtedly stashed away a tidy sum for a rainy day, it's probably not as much money as the speculators believe.

10 Nov 05

The Price Of The Mark For Serbia

The introduction of the German mark as a parallel currency in Montenegro could have a substantial impact on the economy in Serbia.

10 Nov 05

Djindjic's Man Riding High

Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic is banking on an economics guru becoming the republic's next president.

6 Sep 05

Serbs Await Western Aid

With Milosevic finally behind bars at The Hague, international donors now have to cough up much needed funds for Yugoslav reconstruction

6 Sep 05

Milosevic's 'Hidden Billions'

While the Yugoslav President has undoubtedly stashed away a tidy sum for a rainy day, it's probably not as much money as the speculators believe.

17 May 05

Regime Set to 'Buy' Votes

The Belgrade authorities appear to be planning to bribe the electorate and bankrupt the opposition in the run-up to autumn elections.

21 Jul 00
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