Where does a washing machine become pasta? The answer is–or at least was–on Russia’s borders by Vladimir Kovalev ST. PETERBURG, Russia–Ports and border crossings throughout northwestern Russia have been jammed with trucks and ships after federal customs officials decided to crack down on the transformation of products on Russia’s borders with Scandanavia and the Baltic […]

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