22 March 2004 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–According to at least one set of criteria, last week Slovenia became the first country of Central and Eastern Europe to finish the transition from communism to a full market economy. On 17 March, Slovene political leaders and World Bank officials met in Ljubljana to sign a “letter of graduation,” officially […]

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