Economy & Business

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
7 April 2005
Olives for Oligarchs Premium
Putin offers big business an olive branch. But does it come with thorns?
By Dmitri Litvinovich
21 March 2005
Pirates of the Baltic Premium
Facing U.S. sanctions and a possible delay in joining the Eurozone, Latvia announces a crackdown on financial crime.
By Aris Jansons
General Gotovina
18 March 2005
Back into the Waiting Room Premium
Croatia has not done enough to apprehend a fugitive general, the EU says, and so must wait before accession talks can begin.
By Zeljka Vujcic
16 March 2005
Testing the Winds Premium
Environmental concerns are taking a back seat to politics in the Czech government's thinking on renewable energy.
By Tim Gosling
Dragan Covic
7 March 2005
A Meaty Indictment Premium
A member of Bosnia's tripartite presidency and others are indicted on corruption charges.
By Mirna Skrbic
3 March 2005
A Sticky Business Premium
Might Ukraine’s “reprivatization” merely be a repeat of the wild privatization of the 1990s? The signs are unhealthy.
By Ivan Lozowy


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