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Russian government targets tax cheat

MOSCOW -- Russia's government launched a new attack on tax cheats Thursday by starting at the very top: Gazprom, the country's largest company, biggest...

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Russian government accused of stealing Olympic winnings

MOSCOW -- Russia's government still hasn't paid most Russian medalists their prize money from the 1998 Winter Olympics at Nagano, the head of Russia's ski...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/01/21/oth_250882.shtml
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Russia says it can't repay foreign debt due in 1999

...able to repay what it owes in 1999 unless it first receives international aid, a senior official said Monday. Russia's government will owe $17.5 billion in foreign debt next year but won't have the hard currency needed to pay it, said...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/27/bus_242970.shtml
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Year 2000 computer glitch a low Russian priority

...needed to fix critical systems. Consumed by pressing day-to-day problems and grappling with economic crisis, Russia's government has paid scant attention to potential failures in computers and embedded circuits that could now be fewer than...

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IMF official discusses loan

...bailout was announced -- signaled the international financial community's determination to keep pressure on Russia's government to streamline the economy and raise revenue. A package of laws and decrees that went into effect Saturday, including...

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Across the globe, steady oil and gas supply at risk

...there's insurrection and terrorism in Iraq. Ethnic and geopolitical tensions persist in the Caspian Sea region. Russia's government is using its energy clout for political ends. In Asia, conflicting claims to the energy-rich South China Sea...

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Putin's maneuvering

...Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice may have hit on the reason when she criticized Putin last week for undermining Russia's government with his recent moves to stay in power when his term ends this year: "If you don't have countervailing institutions...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/10/20/edi_148567.shtml
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Plans for Flanders plant stall

...agreement the U.S. made with Russia in 2000 to reduce their plutonium stockpiles, has been delayed because Russia's government has yet to solidify plans for its plant. Under the agreement, both countries are required to work at the same...

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...growth target was looking overly ambitious, with the economy growing by just 7 percent in the first six months. Russia's government slowly working on economy MOSCOW -- In another blow to the government's efforts to stabilize Russia's reeling...

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Primakov says Russia determined to work out IMF agreement

...Russia received $18.6 billion in foreign investment in that period, down 47 percent from the 1997 level. Russia's government devalued the ruble and defaulted on domestic debts last August, but financial trouble had been brewing for months...

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