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Yugoslavia opens airwaves to outsiders

The new Yugoslav government's telecommunications minister Boris Tadic has announced that the country's airwaves will be opened up to foreign entities. A group of experts has been assembled to draw up new broadcasting legislation in line with EU countries.

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