More an economist than a politician, Anatolii Chubais has steered Russia onto the road to privatization. Those hurt by the reforms oppose him by ELENA CHINAYEVA IN THE COURSE OF HIS SHORT BUT LIVELY career, Deputy Prime Minister Anatolii Chubais has learned how to stay afloat amidst shifting political tides. He is a savvy user […]

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