TALLINN - Although Estonia has been successful in the post-Soviet era, an alarming division of haves and have-nots is being created in the country, according to the authors of a United Nations report.In this year's United Nations Human Development report, released Dec. 10, authors noted that some groups in Estonia are not benefitting from economic prosperity. UNDP reports are released once a year, written by local experts to evaluate a country's development in all areas. "There are certain indications that the gap between winners and losers is growing," said Petra Lantz, the head of the Est...
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