Drought Is Added to Fedorov’s Tasks as Russia Joins WTOMarina Sysoyeva
Nikolai Fedorov learned as a boy selling radishes in a street market in the former Soviet Union that when rivals showed up he had to cut prices. Now as Russia’s agriculture minister he has to instill competition in the nation’s 17.8 million farmers while weaning them off subsidies.
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