Yugoslav-Albanian Economic Relations between 1945 and 1992
Keywords:Yugoslavia, Albania, economy, economic relations, trade in goods
The following article offers a chronological overview of the relations between Yugoslavia and Albania in the post-war period. The majority of the text focuses on the trade in goods, which was the only contact between the two countries in certain periods, and it also describes the political situation every time, since all the contacts between the two states should be considered in light of mounting or decreasing political tension.
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