Milosevic bank delivers secrets of corrupt regime

Beogradska Banka funded the Yugoslav dictator's cronies and paid off potential foes. Irena Guzelova in this article reprinted from The Financial Times glimpses the dealings.


A loan to the president's hairdresser; an advance to his daughter's radio and television station; credits to ministers for flat renovations. The collapse of Slobodan Milosevic's regime in Serbia is starting to reveal a web of transactions through which he supported family

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