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Reversing decline

Serbia has so far made good only 10% of the damage to bridges inflicted by Nato and 15% of damage to the electric power infrastructure, tackling projects that were either essential or lowest cost. Over a decade of chronic neglect has taken a severe toll on the rest of Serbia's energy and power supply, water, road, rail and air transport infrastructures. In addition to the $3bn worth of repair needed to structures damaged by Nato, G17+ calculates $6bn investment in infrastructure is ...

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