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CIS, Baltics and Georgia GDP 2018

October 29, 2013
Recently I wrote an article about CIS, Baltic states and Georgia GDP 2012. Now I'm willing to take a look in future, and to see what might look like economies of former Soviet Union republics in 2018.Why 2018? I'm using IMF forecasts, and right now closest future forecasts available from IMF are till 2018.  ...

CIS, Baltics and Georgia GDP 2012

October 28, 2013
Remember the Soviet Union? Ever wondered what happened to those countries after collapse of Soviet Union? In our days - former soviet countries is called CIS, Baltic states and Georgia. Why so strange name? Well, shortly after collapse of Soviet Union, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine formed CIS - Commonwealth of...

Kazakhstan then, now, future

October 21, 2013
Recently I have compared economies of Armenia, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, as well made some sarcastic post concerning Estonian economy. Whats common to all these countries? They all once where part of Soviet Union, for me it's interesting to see how each of the former Soviet block countries performs in our days,...

Turkmenistan GDP 1990 - 2014

October 10, 2013
Turkmenistan is one of the few countries in the world which's economy continued to grow in a time of World crisis in 2009. Turkmenistan has worlds 4th largest natural gas reserves. Once a member in the Soviet Union, now part of CIS. It's economy continues to expand. As informs International Monetary Fund (IMF)...