Estonian Austerity Models Healthy Economic Correction

from Wealth Cycles

As Eurozone governments try to figure out how to sell “austerity” to their disgruntled citizens and the rest of the world wonders how in the heck Europe is ever going to get itself out of its mess, the tiny Eastern European nation of Estonia offers a glimmer of hope, as well as a real-time model for how the global economy might find the path to recovery if only government would get out of the way.

Estonia offers an inspiring example of how a national economy, even one starting off with the Cold War-era baggage of state-organized inefficiencies and anti-entrepreneurial culture of a former Soviet state, can, by keeping debt low and refusing to debase its currency, succeed in the global marketplace.

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