15 December 1998 Moscow–The failure of market transformation in Russia was primarily caused by the state’s abdication from its regulatory functions and its roles in the protection of property rights and maintenance of law and order. Now, with new personalities at the helm of the government and the central bank, the state’s actions will become […]

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