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Posted inRegions, Southeastern Europe

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11 September 2003Editor’s note: This piece originally appeared in Kishinevsky Obozrevatel’, a Russian-language Moldovan weekly. CHISINAU–To paraphrase an old saying, Moldovans regularly deal with two kinds of problems: natural disaster and government clerks. This year, the rural farming sector–the strongest branch of the country’s economy–was shaken hard by the first. Now it is bracing itself […]