Economy & Business

12 May 2005
The Damn Dram Premium
Armenian government under fire over continuing currency appreciation. From EurasiaNet.
By Emil Danielyan
 
28 April 2005
The Gentle Grip of Capitalism Premium
Croatian and Macedonian consumers are getting a bad deal out of telecoms privatization. Are Montenegrins next?
By Risto Karajkov
 
The Hungarian political dance
25 April 2005
100 Steps to Re-election Premium
Hungary’s prime minister gives party favorites ministerial posts as he prepares for reform and general elections.
By Judit Szakacs
 
22 April 2005
A Gasket Sealed Premium
Russia outmaneuvers Ukraine for Turkmen gas – for now. From EurasiaNet.
By Sergei Blagov
 
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
18 April 2005
High-Profile Man, Low-Profile Trip Premium
A low-profile trip to Baku by U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld stirs controversy. From EurasiaNet.
By Alman Talyshli
 
14 April 2005
Nuclear Fault Lines Premium
The planned construction of a nuclear power plant in Bulgaria is provoking opposition, but the government isn’t listening.
By Petko Kovatchev
 
7 April 2005
Hand in Hand Premium
Yushchenko and Niazov may now be strolling hand in hand, but a gas deal between Ukraine and Turkmenistan may be many chess moves away. From EurasiaNet.
By Igor Torbakov
 

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