22 July 2002 MOSCOW, 22 July (Gazeta.Ru)–Two years after the beginning of reforms, Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov’s government has managed only to confirm that the economy is growing, but that growth is slow and disproportionate. Russia’s economy remains heavily dependent on exports of oil and gas, which Economic Development and Trade Minister German Gref called […]

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