It was a swooning September day in 1992, the crabapples just beginning to fall from the trees outside Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, the temperature in the low 20s. Everybody who was anybody in the Toronto Establishment was there. The Bassetts, John and Isabel.
When Canadian Zoran Markovic returned to his native Serbia to set up a business, he did not expect to have to choose between his $20-million company and his life. But that, he says, is what happened when he ran up against the violent competitive tactics common on strongman Slobodan Milosevic’s turf.By DOUG HOLMES9 min
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