29 August 2002 MOSCOW, 29 August (Gazeta.Ru)–President Vladimir Putin’s recent steps to implement tax reform and to combat money-laundering spark hope that in the future Russia will be perceived as a less corrupt nation, says Peter Eigen, the chairman of the international corruption watchdog Transparency International. He added, however, that the situation is not consoling. […]

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