Unlike other sectors of the former Soviet economy, Russia’s natural-gas industry was not split up in the privatization process. Although the state holds the largest share of the massive gas monopoly’s stock, Gazprom management and the Russian government are so closely intertwined that it is difficult to say which is controlling the other. The company […]

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