Economic Movements: Development of former Yugoslav Markets

Ljubljana, 18 January - Basically, what caused disintegration of former Yugoslavia were great differences between the levels of economic development in individual federal units. The development in the 1990s increased differences considerably, therefore the ideas about Slovene institutional connecting with the others from the area are completely unfounded. Business cooperation, however, has become interesting for Slovenia after the war in the Balkans ended, says economist Franjo Štiblar for the magazine Economic Movement.

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