Economy & Business

15 November 2011
Athens on the Danube Premium

Politicians in Hungary and Slovenia are reacting to the crisis in a way that resembles lawmakers in a certain Mediterranean country.

By Martin Ehl
14 November 2011
Kremlin’s Choice Advances in South Ossetia, Putin Says It’s Not About the Power Premium

Plus, Bulgaria’s railway company is in dire straits, and Dushanbe metes out harsh sentences in “terrorism” case.

By Barbara Frye and Ioana Caloianu
14 November 2011
How Millions Were Mined in a Shady Czech Privatization

It took a Swiss investigation to unearth what the Czechs couldn’t or wouldn’t. From Respekt.

By Jaroslav Spurny
10 November 2011
Is There Safety in Numbers for Russian Airlines? Premium

A plan to squeeze out smaller carriers and retire older planes would push fares up without making the country’s airspace safer, critics warn.

By Aleksander Kolesnichenko


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