10 October 2001 MINSK, 9 October (BelaPAN)–The Belarusian government should urgently reform and restructure its spending, economist Stanislav Bogdankevich told BelaPAN, commenting on new acting Prime Minister Gennady Novitsky’s call for “extraordinary measures” to save the 2001 national budget. According to Novitsky, the budget has already fallen 280 billion rubels (nearly $189 million) short of […]

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