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The official languages of Yugoslavia were Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, and Macedonian.

Yugoslavia was a country in southeastern Europe that existed from 1918 to 2006. Its population in 1991 was estimated to be 24.2 million people.

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Yugoslavia had a strong economy prior to its dissolution in the early 1990s. According to the World Bank, the country had a GDP of $45.3 billion in 1990, with a GDP per capita of $3,845. The country had a strong industrial sector, with manufacturing accounting for 28.3% of GDP in 1990. The agricultural sector was also strong, accounting for 17.2% of GDP. Yugoslavia also had a strong services sector, accounting for 54.5% of GDP in 1990. The country had a relatively low unemployment rate of 8.2% in 1990, and a relatively low inflation rate of 8.3%. Yugoslavia also had a strong trade balance, with exports accounting for $7.3 billion and imports accounting for $6.7 billion in 1990. Overall, Yugoslavia had a strong economy prior to its dissolution in the early 1990s.


I'm sorry, but Yugoslavia is a country that no longer exists. It was dissolved in the 1990s, and its territories are now part of several independent countries. Therefore, there is no current information available about taxation in Yugoslavia. If you have a specific question about taxation in one of the countries that emerged from Yugoslavia, such as Serbia or Croatia, I can try to help you with that.

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