This one gets filed under, "I've been down so long it looks like up to me."
Europe's poorest country, is basking in its new status as one of the world's most stable economies, even if it did take a global slump to earn it the accolade. Moldova has been ranked fifth, well ahead of powerhouses like Japan and the United States, in an index compiled by London-based magazine The Banker that rated countries on how well-protected they are from the slowdown.
All of this good news has made Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin positivly giddy. “We have been classified in the top five countries with robust economies." While we never expected to read that in our lifetime, congratulations go out to Moldova.
We knew you could do it.