One country at a time

  • 1998-11-26
  • Paul Beckman
Unless a foreigner spends a considerable amount of time in the Baltic states, he is likely to assume the three countries are basically the same. Jeff Gawley has certainly spent enough time in the region to speak with some authority on the subject. After working for two years in Estonia with the Baltic American Enterprise Fund, he was assigned to the fund's Vilnius office three months ago."From the Western perspective, many don't know the difference between the three countries, let alone where they are," said Gawley, a native of the American state of Pennsylvania.While Gawley considers both ...
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