Is there one country left free of communism where one can retire?

A very good question even though I am not sure about the answer provided in the article.

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4 Responses to Is there one country left free of communism where one can retire?

  1. Croatian Capitalist says:

    Depends on what she means by “communism”, if she is worried about stupid UN resolutions, then Taiwan (an a non-member of the UN) would probably be her best bet, otherwise Estonia is probably the best option, since the people there hate communism with a passion.

  2. Croatian Capitalist says:

    And if modern technology is the issue, then Bhutan might be a good option, it is safe, clean, and it’s far behind the West in everyday application of such technologies.

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