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Taking stock

4 November 2014 By Edward Hadas

It’s hard to judge how well ex-Communist economies have done since the system collapsed in 1989. The Soviet empire was terrible and the transition was rough. But a quarter-century later, only a few small post-Communist states are unequivocal successes. 

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