by Josephine Schmidt Chernomyrdin on Economic ‘Normalization’ Over the past six months, the Russian economy has moved into a new, less volatile stage of reform, Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin told Kommersant in an 18 July interview. Chernomyrdin cited the slowing rate of price increases, a strengthened ruble, and greater private savings as signs of economic […]

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