15 March 1999 In Poland, which has the strongest economy among transition countries, the trade-related impact of the Russian crisis may turn out to be substantial. The country is more dependent on trade with Russia than are other Central European countries. Like most others in the region, the Polish stock market plunged–the exchange index fell […]

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