VIENNA — Yugoslavia's recent political changes have spilled over to its only automaker, Zastava Group, producer of the Yugo. Several key executives with ties to the former government have been replaced at the company, including its chairman, Milan Beko. In late September, Yugoslavia's voters elected Vojislav Kostunica as president. Former President Slobodan Milosevic admitted defeat a week later after strikes by workers throughout the country. In the days after the strike, crisis ...

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