The three-part report provides an analysis of the economy of Yugoslavia by evaluating the pre-war and post-war periods.
The three-part report, written by the World Bank's Economic Department, offers an analysis of the economy in Yugoslavia during the pre-war and post-war period. It also provides figures on the country's external public debt and statistical tables in ten different areas that influence the economy. The report finds that Yugoslavia is slowly seeing economic progress. The report concludes that the economy has a basic foundation which should foster growth, but that the country still has plenty of work to do and is vulnerable to political factors and overpopulation.
A Bank staff member reports on his experience while on mission to Yugoslavia in 1951 on pages 6 and 7.
The report offers an overview of the post-war Yugoslavian economy.
The report analyzes Yugoslavian external public debt as of Dec. 31, 1957.
The report offers statistical tables on a variety of sectors within the Yugoslavian economy.
The report provides a general analysis of the Yugoslavian economy.
Sept. 6, 1949
Mr. Hoar reports on his mission's visit to Yugoslavia. The draft contains hand-written notes (1618662).
July 29, 1949
The press release describes the mission's objectives and lists the team members (1868974).