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commentary and analysis | archive
--The shape of things to come? Simeon keeps Bulgaria waiting Jul 9rd 2001 NEW
--Can Turkey really meet its IMF obligations? Jul 7th 2001
--Will handing over Milosevic be worth the price for Yugoslavia? Jul 5th 2001
--Is Greece prepared for the Euro? Jul 3rd 2001
--On the brink of civil war in Macedonia Jul 1st 2001
--The implications of the fall in Turkish GNP Jun 29th 2001
--Restructuring the Cypriot economy Jun 29th 2001
--Can Simeon meet his promises in Bulgaria? Jun 28th 2001
--What now for Albania? Jun 28th 2001

interview | archive
--Dr Ion Popescu
Romania remains firmly entrenched at the bottom of the EU accession table. However, just six months into a new PDSR government, Dr Popescu, Director of the Romanian Business Information Advisory Council, sees grounds for hope that Romania has now left the worst behind it and will soon be making rapid progress to its dream of EU membership.

business profile | archive
--Banking in Southeast Europe
The first stage of banking reform will be finished in the next year or so. Far too many banks remain in state hands, but most will be sold fairly shortly, and nearly all have been basically commercialised. That at least means that money is starting to flow to where it s most needed

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--Greece cannot turn back on its modernisation programme NEW
--Dr Yiannis Protopapas, US Economic Research Foundation, Jul 9th 2001
--The need for a regional free-trade zone
--David Whomever, SEE Business Bank, Jul 2nd 2001
--Helping Yugoslavia: A political and economic necessity
--Professor Alexei Jovanovich, University of Nowhere, Jun 26th 2001

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