Finance Investigates Implications of Djindjic's Death on Serbian Economy
Ljubljana, 13 March - The next few weeks and months in Serbia-Montenegro could be crucial for the recuperating country that is still dealing with matters such as how to assign ministers to the federal government from both republics. One of the indices how successfully the country gets through the crisis it was pushed into with Wednesday's assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, could be the number of re-emerging pirate-CD-selling kiosks, suggests Finance.
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