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Collateral damage

21 February 2013 By Martin Hutchinson

Boiko Borisov’s government fell after protests against electricity prices and low living standards. Its track record included small budget deficits and moderate taxes. But the economy, linked to a deflating euro zone, has shrunk since 2008. Five-year recessions make people angry.

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