The freest post-Soviet economy
On many occasions, when we hear of Eastern Europe, the first thought that comes to mind is the memory of the Soviet bloc that ruled the region with an iron fist during almost the entire 20th century. The communist model, exported by Russia to all its neighboring countries, left profound consequences in the region after its fall in 1991.
But precisely many post-Soviet countries learned the hard way that statist policies simply don’t work. So, when everything goes wrong, you must develop new strategies in order to secure stability, keep the economy growing, and, in general, ensure a good investment and business environment.