Sun 12 October 2008, Scotland on Sunday

Estonia's entrepreneurs determined to defy downturn

By Carter Dougherty
FOR nearly two decades, Estonia embraced capitalism with such gusto that it seemed to be channelling the laissez-faire philosophy of economist Milton Friedman. Now Estonians, and some of their Baltic neighbours, are slogging through their first serious economic downturn since liberation from the Soviet grip in the early 1990s.
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