Russia is attempting to save its failing agriculture industry, but without more reform and a new outlook, it seems unlikely to succeed. The government faces a disillusioned farm sector, and the powerful agrarian lobby wants to derail reform by THOMAS SIGEL AGRICULTURE TODAY IS RUSSIA’S MOST antiquated and unreformed sector. Dominated by the inefficient behemoths […]

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