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Yugoslav economy: A brief summary of the economic developments in the Federation
Yugoslavia was one of the most important and biggest countries in Balkans during most of the 20th century that came into existence as a federal republic after World War II. The economy of Yugoslavia was different from that of the Soviet Union and the rest of the Socialist Republics in both Eastern Europe and the Balkans. In spite of the similarities observed in all socialist economies, Yugoslavia differed mainly because, as early as 1948, the Tito-Stalin split occurred, which economically isolated Yugoslavia from the rest of the Socialist states.
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