Russia’s Government Outlines $35 Billion Anti-Crisis Plan

Russian Government Outlines $35 Billion Anti-Crisis Plan

Russia’s government intends to spend at least 2.34 trillion roubles ($35 billion) to help the economy withstand Western sanctions and the collapse in oil prices, according to a plan which implies the final cost could be much higher. Only 22 of the 60 items were costed, suggesting that the final cost of the plan may be…

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