25 February 1995 THE OUTLOOK FOR ECONOMIC transition in the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) remains rather grim. While the Baltic countries have made a clean break with the Soviet past and stand a good chance of becoming Western-style market economies, there have been few positive developments in the CIS states. Their […]

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