Founder and head of the Belgrade think-tank Center for Advanced Economic studies, Kori Udovički, gave an interview for the Serbian journal “NIN”. She pointed out that after a decade of destruction and two decades of painstaking transformation, the Serbian economy has finally matured enough, and is free enough of the ballast of the past, to be able to move forward quickly. However, this requires a road with a clear direction and many hands to build it. The lack of trust would in and of itself frustrate the fulfillment of these two conditions, and an even bigger problem is that the institutions really do not deserve it.
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