Russian marketeers come in from cold

Ingwerson, Marshall
January 1996
Christian Science Monitor;1/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 42, p1
Reports on plans by Russian President Boris Yeltsin to open the Kremlin door again to free marketeers in a move to cleanse the Kremlin of the Western-style economic reform. Russia's $9 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund; Yeltsin's appointment of two reformists; Comments from Gennady Kulik, deputy chairman of the Duma Budget Committee and a member of the leftist Agrarian Party.


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