Jovanovic, Igor
November 2005
Transitions Online;11/7/2005, p3
The article offers a look at the political and economic issues surrounding Serbia in relation to its negotiation with the International Monetary Fund for a three-year loan agreement. It provides an overview of the proposed three-year loan agreement. It analyzes the possible implications for the country if the negotiations fails.


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