As Estonia adopts the euro, we recall the moment another post-communist economic tiger ditched its old currency. by Lubos Palata When Estonia joined the euro zone on 1 January, it took part in what has essentially become a rite of passage, especially for the EU’s newer members. While people in almost every country that have […]

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