After Slobodan Milosevic was overthrown in October 2000, the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS), a coalition of 18 political parties and one independent trade union took power in Serbia. They were faced with reforming state institutions as well as overhauling the economy after years of Communism and Milosevic's dictatorship. At the invitation of the country's Deputy Prime Minister, Miroljub Labus, the Initiative for Policy Dialogue held a Country Dialogue in Serbia in March 2001 to focus on national macro-economic policies and privatization strategies.
Serbia Country Dialogue 2001
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