Privatization in Slovakia has been mired in political controversy. Despite Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar’s anti-reform posturing, the second wave of coupon privatization is expected to continue this summer, but with far less property than originally planned by SHARON FISHER WHEN THE “VELVET” revolution took place in Czechoslovakia in November 1989, the country’s private sector was […]

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