VIENNA — Zastava Automobili, maker of the infamous Yugo, expected that once the political situation stabilized in Yugoslavia it would be able to sell more cars. But just the opposite is happening. Yugoslavia's new democratic government has relaxed import regulations on used cars, leading to an overabundance of pre-owned vehicles. While accurate data is difficult to obtain, sources say about 100,000 to 140,000 used cars were imported to Yugoslavia over the last few months. The ...
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