15 January 1999 The Russian government rubber-stamped on 10 December a 1999 budget that Prime Minister Yevgenii Primakov called “tough but honest.” The proposed budget, which counts on help from foreign creditors, was sent to the State Duma. Primakov has said his government is different than its predecessors because it will pay its debts, albeit […]

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