Economy & Business

In the details
3 April 2006
Damned Statistics Premium
The World Bank declares Serbia to be the fastest-reforming economy in Eastern Europe. Ordinary Serbs know better, and a look at the numbers reveals why.
By Ivan Jankovic
 
29 March 2006
Shutting off the Gas
Russia is working to block efforts by some Central Asian countries to gain more direct access to Western energy markets. From EurasiaNet.
By Sergei Blagov
 
Joze Damijan
27 March 2006
Reform vs. Popularity Premium
The resignation of Slovenia’s development minister may signal the government’s reluctance to loosen its grip on the economy.
By Ales Gaube
 
23 March 2006
Redoubling the Burden Premium
Never robust at home, support for women’s rights in the former USSR is falling off the international radar screen as well.
By Whitney Kassel
 

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