Serbia Turns Back to Milosevic-Era Leaders
Think the Greek economy is a mess? Check out Serbia, where the unemployment rate is 25.5 percent, inflation is nearing double digits, and only 0.5 percent of the population, just 40,000 workers, earn more than $1,254 a month. The Serbs are so desperate that they’ve turned power over to two ex-allies of former President Slobodan Milosevic, who dragged the fractured Balkan nation into a crippling ethnic war in the 1990s.
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