Obama's Russian Business PlanSteve LeVine
When President Barack Obama arrives in Moscow for a highly anticipated summit from July 6-8, he will find a U.S.-Russia business relationship that has barely taken off despite exceedingly hopeful beginnings 17 years ago after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Notwithstanding a few notable ventures, the U.S. is now only the eighth-largest foreign investor in Russia.
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