When the Soviet Union broke up in 1991, few investors envisaged that the newly created republics would compete with their more westernized, democratic and reform-minded neighbours in central and eastern Europe. Two decades on, however, several – including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Kazakhstan – are developing at a rapid pace.
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