Election monitoring


ESTONIA

The country on the eve of elections Long years of privatizations and liberalist policies have turned Estonia into the wealthiest of the former Soviet countries while weakening social cohesiveness and – paradoxically – the economic system. In fact the country currently derives over two-thirds of its earnings from services, and the little that remains of its industrial activity is in the form of outsourced production for Finnish electronics and telecommunications companies.

ESTONIA

The country on the eve of elections Long years of privatizations and liberalist policies have turned Estonia into the wealthiest of the former Soviet countries while weakening social cohesiveness and – paradoxically – the economic system. In fact the country currently derives over two-thirds of its earnings from services, and the little that remains of its industrial activity is in the form of outsourced production for Finnish electronics and telecommunications companies.

 

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