by Jakub Karpinski “POLAND CONTINUES TO BE ONE OF the leaders in the post-communist economic transition,” writes Ben Slay in his article on Poland’s economic recovery. Inflation, however, still poses problems for domestic and foreign economic relations. Privatization has been slower in Poland than, for instance, in the Czech Republic. The Sejm bill of 30 […]

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