There were some positive trends in the Russian economy in 1996, such as dramatically reduced inflation, but output fell even faster than in 1995. There was little sign of economic restructuring, while financial elites apparently increased their influence over the political system by PETER RUTLAND MOST INTERNATIONAL OBSERVERS believe that 1996 was the year the […]

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