Political stability and lucid tax legislation make Hungary attractive to investors, while Russia, lacking both those factors, draws little foreign capital by NATALIA GURUSHINA and ZSOFIA SZILAGYI DURING THE LAST SIX YEARS, THE VOLume of foreign capital flowing into the former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe has depended on each country’s political stability, […]

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