Staunton, May 29 – Forty-six percent of Belarusians would like to have their own business, 23 times as many as the share of Russians making the same declaration, according to Pavel Daneyko, head of the IPM Business School, who adds that this both explains why Belarusians are unhappy now and why they can be expected to make big progress in the future.
Belarusians are unhappy with the way things are now because the life around them does not correspond to their hopes in the 1990s, the business specialist says; but they are committed to values including involvement with business that bode well for the future of the country (thinktanks.by/publication/2019/05/27/pavel-daneyko-chtoby-transformirovat-belorusskoe-obschestvo-nuzhny-40-let-i-dva-pokoleniya.htmlzautra.by/art.php?sn_nid=31135
And on the other, the number of Belarusians going abroad should not be a concern. They are establishing good contacts and helping to build ties between the countries they are going to and their homeland. And they will return when it becomes more possible to work in their own country just as has happened in Poland.