The looting of Russia

Corwin, Julie; Stanglin, Douglas
March 1994
U.S. News & World Report;3/7/94, Vol. 116 Issue 9, p36
Examines how a shady assortment of bankers, mobsters, foreign carpetbaggers and entrepreneurs is looting Russia. How the world's largest country has become a bazaar in which the easiest ways to make a fortune are those that are least productive for the economy; Hemorrhage of natural resources and capital; Smuggling; Exporting capital; Skimming profits; Credit schemes.


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