Almost all of Eastern Europe is now recovering from the transformational recession of the early 1990s. The recoveries differ, however, in pace and depth. Bosnia-Herzegovina joined Albania, Poland, and Slovakia as one of the region’s fastest-growing economies, while Bulgaria’s record showed that misguided policies can nip a growing economy in the bud by MICHAEL WYZAN […]

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