Foreign Workers Leaving as Russia Recession Bites: ChartBy and
Russia’s economy has contracted every quarter since the start of 2015, and while the unemployment rate has held steady, there’s been a fallout on non-Russian workers in the country. The number of permits for foreigners, most of them issued to citizens of former Soviet republics, has dropped by about 1 million since 2014, according to Capital Economics.
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