Ex-finance minister of Russia sees sanctions as primarily negative for Russian economy

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KRASNOYARSK – Sanctions are having a negative impact on the Russian economy, the chairman of the Center for Strategic Research (CSR), former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said. “We are sooner losing position on the global market. The problem is not only related to the drop in oil prices and sanctions. Sanctions are in general very […]

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