BELGRADE — Less than a week after announcing NATO bombs had done US$1 billion in damage to its factory, Yugoslavia's only automaker, Zastava, says it will build 4,500 cars this year and is looking to form a partnership with another automaker. Zastava will receive US$72.4 million in funding from the Serbian government to help restart production over the next five months. Some US$3.6 million already has been transferred to the automaker. Zastava also will raise capital by selling 3,500 cars ...

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