By Ivana Sekularac KRAGUJEVAC, Serbia, March 28 (Reuters) - When Ljubisav Grbovic was named best metal worker of prosperous, socialist Yugoslavia almost 30 years ago, he never thought that one day he'd be travelling "to the East" to find work. "At the time I would never have considered going to Czechoslovakia to work," said Grbovic, now 54. "It was a communist country then, it didn't offer any opportunities." Czechoslovakia no longer exists and neither does Yugoslavia. Divorced since ...
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