Capitalism Is Really Humming In Estonia...But Moscow Could Still Gum Up The WorksPeter Galuszka
On the 100-km early-morning run from Helsinki, the big hydrofoil blasts through what were once some of the Soviet Union's most carefully guarded coastal waters. Passengers in the business-class cabin grab their briefcases to disembark for a day of doing deals in the booming small city of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.
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