Crunch Time In RussiaPeter Galuszka and Patricia Kranz
At Gosznak, Russia's government printing office, workers are busy oiling their presses. The machines are ready to churn out more money in 1994's first quarter than they did in all of last year, some believe. Set to go into circulation are new 100,000-ruble bank notes, double the highest denomination available today.
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