Economy & Business

31 January 2005
Prickly Premium
Yushchenko talks of 'irreversible transformation' in Strasbourg, leaving Russia unhappy and uncertain.
24 January 2005
Super-Hard Work Premium
Polish authorities give credence to long-simmering tales of abusive working conditions in Central Europe's chain stores.
By Wojciech Kosc
24 January 2005
Communication Failure Premium
What exactly did Deutsche Telekom get when it bought Croatian Telecom?
By Zeljka Vujcic
20 January 2005
Nomads of the Frozen North Premium
The Nenets may have their nomadic lifestyle back, but oil and gas fields are now taking their grazing lands.
By Roland Durnford-Slater
14 January 2005
Dollars Are the Guide Premium
Georgia is already close to meetings its 2005 target for privatization revenues. So why the controversy? From EurasiaNet.
By Elizabeth Owen
20 December 2004
Stemming the Tide Premium
Montenegro’s environmentalists score an important victory in the fight against a dam project in Europe’s longest canyon.
By Aida Ramusovic
6 December 2004
A Mineral Watershed Premium
Could the botched privatization of a mineral water plant threaten the Serbian government?
By Igor Jovanovic
29 November 2004
Wind of Change Premium
A ferocious storm ruins the forests of the High Tatras, then sweeps down into the public arena.
By Lucia Kubosova
5 November 2004
A Growing Problem Premium
With only a few years before possible entry into the EU, rural Romania is showing little sign of becoming more like the rest of Europe.
By Andrew Cartwright



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