October 2014
Newsweek Global;10/3/2014, Vol. 163 Issue 13, p18
The article discusses how Russia is expected to respond to Western sanctions by restricting Europe's gas supply from the gas company Gazprom in which the Russian government has a majority stake. Topics include how the sanctions were imposed due to Russian involvement in Ukrainian fighting between the government and separatists, whether Gazprom could halt production if it stopped supplying Europe, and the potential financial repercussions.


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