Forget the Plunging Ruble, Russian Debt Isn’t So BadYuliya Fedorinova, Ksenia Galouchko and Elena Mazneva
The plunging ruble, collapsing oil prices and economic sanctions have pushed Russia to the brink of recession. What they haven’t done is trigger a credit crunch at the country’s top companies.
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