15 March 1999 Just before the Russian crisis hit, Moldova was enjoying a rare period of economic calm. The national currency was stable, prices were steadier than normal, and the authorities had issued optimistic proclamations about the future. It did not last long. The Russian financial collapse could not have failed to severely impact Moldova. […]

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