By Christine Eade, Christine Eade Christine Eade Christine EadeGlobal May 2009
When two central European prime ministers resign within a week, and the International Monetary Fund dictates terms to Hungary and Romania in exchange for bailing out their economies, commentators conclude that central Europe is the 21st-century equivalent of Latin America in the 1980s.
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