15 March 1999 The crisis that hit Russia in August 1998 signaled the failure of seven years of efforts to create a market economy in Russia. The ruble devaluation and default on government short-term debt undermined the centerpiece of the reformers’ strategy for economic transition: financial stabilization. According to Deputy Prime MinisterYurii Maslyukov, the current […]

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