(Adds more detail, quotes, background) By Gordana Filipovic BELGRADE, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Serbia said on Friday it would run a 2.0 percent budget gap in both 2008 and 2009, flying in the face of advice from an International Monetary Fund mission this week. IMF officials advised Serbia to aim for a balanced budget in 2009 to ease price pressures, cut its current account deficit from 18.5 percent of GDP and ensure sustainable growth. Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic told the American ...
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