FYRM

AcronymDefinition
FYRMFormer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
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-- 12.7 -- Latvia 0.0 16.1 16.1 Lithuania 0.0 4.8 4.8 Moldova 15.4 12.4 27.8 Russia 34.4 9.1 43.5 Tajikistan -- -- Ukraine 30.9 30.9 Uzbekistan (d) -- -- Albania 0.0 1.6 1.6 Bulgaria -- 11.9 -- Croatia Czech Republic 3.9 36.3 40.2 Macedonia, FYRM Hungary 16.3 17.0 33.3 Poland (f) 10.6 24.6 35.2 Romania -- 12.6 -- Yugoslavia Average Standard deviation Total Distribution of total subnational subnational tax revenues tax revenue in percent Tax Own- of total sharing financing subnational revenues Armenia 52.0 100.0 0.0 Azerbaijan (a) -- 55.0 45.0 Belarus (b) 96.0 93.8 6.2 Estonia 62.0 89.2 10.8 Georgia n.a.
Given this contradiction, the end of the Soviet regime was susceptible to political instability and upheavals from the "periphery" directed at the "center." The disintegration of Tito's craftily organized Yugoslavia was marked with varying degrees of violence: at the start of the 1990s, ethnically homogeneous Slovenia left the federation after a brief military contestation with Belgrade: and the Republic of Macedonia (FYRM), though burdened with an Albanian ethnic minority, did the same, without opposition from the official Yugoslav government in Belgrade.
We also have SOFAs in place with Slovenia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYRM).