Washio, Ako G.; Fincziczki, Bela; Kirkland, Joel
December 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;12/17/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 51, p14
Presents news briefs concerning companies and economies in Eastern Europe as of December 17, 2001. Lowest quarterly growth rate posted by Hungary since the second quarter of 1999; Czech Medical Chamber's legal actions against the General Health Insurance Co. (VZP).


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