15 March 1999 The beleaguered Romanian economy had enough problems of its own before the Russian financial crisis. The country was not directly affected by the collapse of the ruble, but a damaging consequence was investors’ shaken confidence in the region. Romania’s trade with Russia has fallen dramatically since 1989 and now constitutes nearly 8 […]

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