November 2001
Montenegro Household Survey;Nov2001, Issue 3, p37
Provides information on the result of a household survey on the primary income of employees in Montenegro, as of November 2001. Information on regular income in the last pay period; Presentation of the graph of the distribution of net income by region; Structure of additional incomes.


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