The Russian government has tabled a tight budget in line with the president’s goals, but it may not provide a stable basis for future economic growth by Elena Chinyaeva MOSCOW, Russia–On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the failed 1991 Communist putsch and the 3rd anniversary of the 1998 default, the once-popular economist Tatiana […]

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