Piling Into Central Europe
It has been a quiet revolution. While the turmoil in Russia has held the world's attention for months, another part of the old Soviet bloc has been reshaping itself. Thanks to a combination of political stability, an able labor force, and consistent economic reform, Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic are managing to outshine other countries in Eastern Europe and the former USSR.
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