No panicking over Russia

Kielmas, Maria
August 1998
Business Insurance;08/31/98, Vol. 32 Issue 35, p57
Focuses on the insurance market in Russia, assessing how a devaluation of the Russian ruble is affecting the market. Information on the political and economic turmoil in Russia; How foreign insurers have altered their business to suit the market; Overview of the domestic insurance market in Russia; Insight into Russia's economic policies announced on August 17, 1998.


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