by Tom Warner Poverty in the Russian Provinces The extent of poverty in Russia is difficult to measure. Employment in the “shadow economy” means that the statistically poor are not always as badly off as they appear. Many earn a decent living, but their income is never reported and taxes are not paid. But the […]

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