Comment 08 Jan 13

Serbia in 2013: Creating Confidence Through Transition

Like the Mayan Apocalypse that wasn’t, the harbingers of doom that held a negative outlook for Serbia’s economy after a new nationalist government was formed this summer have awakened to a new reality: the prospects are not as bleak as some would have us believe.

James Gunn
BIRN
Belgrade

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