TALLINN - If you ever get the chance to visit one of the shady food shacks which look like they are going to fall over in the wind, called in Estonian shashlik-bars, you will notice that there are usually expensive cars parked next to them. How do these places compete with McDonald's and how do they make so much money? Some locals believe that most of these joints are as sinful as what is on the menu and that these places are centers for money laundering and other illegal activities. Most of these wild allegations remain just that, allegations.Vahur Tui, a chef in a shashlik-bar...
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