Friday, February 10, 2017

Payback Time for Russia's Federal Government

After two and a half years in a deep economic recession, the Russian economy has taken a turn for the better. However, some of the country's cash-strapped regions are pushing back against the Kremlin's economic policies. Facing mounting debt and growing financial obligations, many will continue their economic decline. 

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